Genus Paroreomyza

Kakawahie - The Kākāwahie lived in the Akoke Forests. Its stronghold in the Akoke Forests was the Kamokau Plateau, where it would always be seen before disappearing in 1963.


Paroreomyza maculata - The bird is critically endangered and may be extinct because of disease , introduced and invasive plants and wildlife, and habitat loss. The last confirmed record occurred in 1985, though unconfirmed reports are still filed.

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Fringillidae
Genus : Paroreomyza