(pronounced \moh-uh kah-nay\) means rooster. The moa kāne was brought to Hawai‘i by the first settlers to these islands. Today, wild moa kāne can be found in both urban and rural settings all over Hawai‘i. These brightly colored, sometimes speckled moa kāne, can be heard cock-a-doodle-doo-ing not just at first light, but all day long!
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