The hunt for rare and endangered native Hawaiian birds like the golden eagle and golden crane has expanded to the U.S. and beyond, and it’s now expanding to the Pacific.
In the meantime, hunters are still restricted to shooting with a firearm.
Hawaii officials are working to make sure that the state’s wild game laws aren’t misused.
(Nicki DeMarco/The Washington Post) The hunt has expanded: The U.N. has given Hawaii a provisional status on the World Conservation Monitoring Centre’s list of world’s most endangered species.
Hawaii has also become a target for hunters who want to get their hands on endangered birds, and in March, it was reported that the U