Ua lohe akula kākou no nā manu mele kaulana ʻelua o ke kūʻono Hema o ka Pākīpika nei, ʻo Haumoana hoʻi no Rapa Nui a ʻo Maisey Rika no Aotearoa. ʻO ko lāua kūpaʻa ʻana ma ka ʻaoʻao ʻōiwi kekahi lāliʻi i wili ʻia i loko o ko kākou manu mele ma ke kūʻono ʻākau o ka Pākīpika nei, ʻo Hāwane Rios, no Hawaiʻi mokupuni.
We heard of the two famous song birds of the South Pacific, Haumoana of Rapa Nui and Maisey Rika of Aotearoa. Their steadfastness in culture is a trait seen in our own song bird in the North Pacific, Hāwane Rios, from Hawaiʻi Island.
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