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.

The Kakawahie is classified as Extinct (EX), there is no reasonable doubt that the last individual has died.

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extinct species such as the black mamo and scarlet kakawahie of Moloka'i. Pratt's career, as revealed in occasional autobiographical comments, renders him uniquely equipped for the task. As a child, he discovered the exotic honeycreepers by chance through a bird book. More

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The Kakawahie or the Molokai Creeper was a species of finch that lived in the Akoke Forests. Its stronghold Akoke forest was the Ohialele Plateau, where it would always be seen before disappearing in 1963. Habits: Apparently similar to the Maui ?Alauahio, it used its blunt and short beak to peck out insects from old naio trees. It mainly fed on grubs of beetles and caterpillars, however in rare cases, it sipped necter from flowers, which included the naio. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Fringillidae
Genus : Paroreomyza
Species : flammea
Authority : (Wilson, 1889)