the native plants and animals of Hawaiʻi
Mokoliʻi — Chinaman’s Hat — is home to native seabirds
White Fairy Terns or Manu-o-Kū are amazing fliers that often hover in mid-air.
Estuary at Kāneʻohe Bay
Kanehoalani and Ohulehule tower over a shallow estuary on the shores of Kāneʻohe Bay
A happyface spider — nananana makakiʻi (Theridion grallator) tends to its eggs
Misty Rain at Sunset
Ua noe — gentle misty rain — filters the light at sunset in the northern Koʻolau Mountains
ʻIeʻie and hapuʻu thrive at the twin peaks of Konahuanui – the highest peaks on the Koʻolau
Kāhuli Tree Snails
Endangered kāhuli or Oʻahu tree snails — Achatinella sowerbyana — crawl over an ʻōhiʻa branch.