To begin our honeymoon, our first day we booked a helicopter ride over the entire island of Kauai. For about an hour we were awarded with insanely awesome views from the sky and more information than we could handle from our pilot. And our helicopter flew with no doors! (At speeds of 140 mph!!) I
Heading to the Kalalau Lookout in Koke’e State Park in Kauai, I found this “Nene Crossing” sign. There were no Nenes around but we saw some on a later day. But I did find this (non-native) Red-crested Cardinal who was singing loudly. This was almost my starting point for a 5 mile trek along the
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Birdfreak (Eddie) and Stacia are back from Hawai’i and have over 3,000 photos to go through. Yes, three thousand!! They will be reporting on all the wildlife they saw, not just birds and not all native or even wild. (Not wild but still cool!) To start, here is a shot of the honeymooners with a
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