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Endangered Hawaiian hawks found shot on Big Island

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HONOLULU (AP) — Two endangered Hawaiian hawks were found wounded on the Big Island after apparently being shot with a pellet gun, and federal wildlife officials want to know who is responsible. The hawks were treated at the Three Ring Ranch, a Kailua-Kona exotic animal sanctuary and wildlife rehab facility. One was found April 27 and the other on March 20, said Ann Goody, the facility's...

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