Hawaiian goose

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Hawaiian goose

n.
See nene.

ne•ne

(ˈneɪ neɪ)

n., pl. -ne.
a barred, gray-brown wild goose, Nesochen sandvicensis, native to Hawaii.
[1900–05; < Hawaiian nēnēAustronesian]
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A pair of Hawaiian geese (the sixth most-endangered species of waterfowl worldwide) were found on Oahu with three goslings.
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The first Hawaiian Geese goslings - or Nene - were born at the wildfowl and wetland centre in Burscough, West Lancashire, and heralds the start of the duckling season.
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Visitors are invited to feed the rare Hawaiian geese, the nene, the state bird of the Pacific islands American state that was saved from the brink of extinction by the trust.
This is a two and a half acre garden full of trees, shrubs and even Hawaiian geese nTan Dinas,Llanfairpwll is a cottage garden in the shadow of the Marquess of Anglesey's column,planted on two levels and includes fruit and vegetable sections.
Nene geese are otherwise known as Hawaiian geese and live on the Hawaiian islands in the Pacific Ocean.
Toward those ends, we systematically examined 300 carcasses of endangered Hawaiian geese (nene; Branta sandvicensis) from Hawaii, Maui, Molokai, and Kauai, HI, USA, between 1992 and 2013.

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