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Hawaii Vacations: 7 Great 4-Star Hotels

Here's several 4-Star Hawaiian hotels that offer first-class accommodations and beach front views.

Sheraton Moana Surfrider - This historic hotel has been lovingly restored and maintains it's circa 1901 charm. Located on Waikiki beach, it offers high tea and sunset buffets.

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The Birds You Might See In Arkansas

The birds listed here are the most common ones you MIGHT find in Arkansas throughout the entire year. I've seen hundreds of brown pelicans here plumped down in one spot, but you aren't likely to see brown pelicans here because that was a one day event and they were gone when I came back in less than an hour. I don't know how they got here and I don't know why they came.The list is in alphabetical order instead of being arranged by groups. Remember that birds vary by habitat.

For example: Ducks will always be found near water. The more water there is, the more ducks there might be. Geese prefer to graze AND have water nearby.

They are more likely to be found in open fields, preferably GRAIN fields. In Arkansas you never really know what kind of habitat you'll see in the next ten miles. Will it be wetland, open field, plain, hill, mountain, valley, stream, river, pond, lake or meadow.

That's good. You won't get bored in Arkansas.

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  • Arkansas Birds You Just Might See at Any Time
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  • Acadian Flycatcher
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  • American Black Duck
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  • American Pipit
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  • American Goldfinch
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  • American Redstart
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  • American Crow
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  • American White Pelican
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  • American Robin
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  • American Wigeon
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  • Bank Swallow
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  • Barn Swallow
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  • Barred Owl
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  • Belted Kingfisher
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  • Black-crown Night-Heron
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  • Black Vulture
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  • Black-bellied Whistling Duck
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  • Blue Jay
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  • Blue Winged Teal
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  • Blue Grosbeak
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  • Blue-headed Vireo
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  • Broad-winged Hawk
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  • Brown Thrasher
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  • Brown Creeper
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  • Brown-headed Cowbird
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  • Bufflehead
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  • Canada Goose
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  • Canvasback
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  • Carolina Chickadee
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  • Carolina Wren
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  • Cattle Egret
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  • Chimney Swift
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  • Chipping Sparrow
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  • Cliff Swallow
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  • Common Grackle
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  • Common Nighthawk
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  • Dark-eyed Junco
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  • Dickcissel
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  • Double-crested Cormorant
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  • Downy Woodpecker
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  • Eastern Wood Pewee
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  • Eastern Kingbird
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  • Eastern Bluebird
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  • Eastern Meadowlark
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  • Eastern Phoebe
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  • Eastern Towhee
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  • European Starling
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  • Field Sparrow
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  • Fish Crow
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  • Forster's Tern
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  • Gadwall
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  • Great Blue Heron
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  • Great Egret
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  • Great Crested Flycatcher
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  • Greater White-fronted Goose
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  • Green-winged Teal
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  • Green Heron
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  • Hairy Woodpecker
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  • Hooded Merganser
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  • Horned Lark
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  • House Sparrow
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  • House Wren
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  • Indigo Bunting
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  • Killdeer
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  • Least Sandpiper
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  • Lesser Scaup
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  • Little Blue Heron
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  • Long-billed Dowitcher
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  • Mallard
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  • Mississippi Kite
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  • Mourning Dove
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  • Nashville Warbler
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  • Northern Flicker
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  • Northern Parula
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  • Northern Harrier
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  • Northern Bobwhite
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  • Northern Waterthrush
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  • Northern Pintail
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  • Northern Rough-winged Swallow
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  • Northern Cardinal
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  • Northern Shoveler
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  • Orchard Oriole
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  • Pectoral Sandpiper
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  • Pied-billed Grebe
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  • Pileated Woodpecker
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  • Prothonotary Warbler
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  • Purple Martin
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  • Red-headed Woodpecker
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  • Red-winged Blackbird
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  • Red-bellied Woodpecker
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  • Red Shouldered Hawk
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  • Red-eyed Vireo
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  • Red-tailed Hawk
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  • Ring-necked Duck
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  • Ring-billed Gull
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  • Ruby-throated Hummingbird
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  • Ruby-crowned Kinglet
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  • Ruddy Duck
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  • Rusty Blackbird
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  • Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
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  • Sharp-shinned Hawk
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  • Snow Goose
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  • Snowy Egret
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  • Solitary Sandpiper
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  • Song Sparrow
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  • Spotted Sandpiper
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  • Summer Tanager
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  • Swainson's Thrush
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  • Swainson's Warbler
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  • Swamp Sparrow
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  • Tennessee Warbler
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  • Tree Swallow
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  • Tufted Titmouse
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  • Turkey Vulture
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  • White-eyed Vireo
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  • White-crowned Sparrow
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  • White-throated Sparrow
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  • Wild Turkey
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  • Wilson's Snipe
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  • Wood Duck
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  • Wood Thrush
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  • Yellow-breasted Chat
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  • Yellow-throated Vireo
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  • Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
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  • Yellow Warbler
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  • Yellow-billed Cuckoo
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  • Yellow-rumped Warbler
.Complete descriptions of each bird are available from http://www.fws.gov/.

.Take a Waterfowl of Arkansas Tour written by this author. Independently less than wealthy, Lin Stone's first book was HOW TO BUY LAND AT TAX SALES. After seven years it is still selling. Check it out at http://www.

talewins.com/rs002.htm His other books are "selling" from Browzer Books.

By: Lin Stone



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