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Kokee Museum - Hui o Laka shared a link. ...

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The lesson in this Hawaii DLNR video (about a trail on Oahu) applies to ALL park areas that are closed or off limits. Ignoring trail or park closure signs is illegal, enforceable, and extremely dangerous. Remember, you are risking your life and the lives of our local Kaua`i rescuers and first responders.
For detailed information on state park trails, visit hawaiitrails.ehawaii.gov/
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Kokee Museum - Hui o Laka shared Botanical Society of America-Student Chapter at University of Hawai'i-Manoa's post. ...

Exocarpos luteolus--Kauai endemic member of the Sandalwood family. PC: Kenneth Wood, NTBG

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Kokee Museum - Hui o Laka shared a post. ...

I think this is a female Frosty Hawaiian Damselfly - Megalagrion eudytum..endemic to Kauai

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Birds not Rats! great work KFBRP. ...

The initial goal of our campaign was to buy 25 Good Nature Traps. But with YOUR amazing support, we just ordered 100 traps! Thank you bird warriors all over the world! #BirdsNotRats

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Kokee Museum - Hui o Laka shared Pedal to the Meadow's . ...

Saw this about a month ago near "first mango" on the Koke`e Road. Saved to post as our valentine...we LOVE our P2M riders and volunteers!

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On the Museum front - new exhibit featuring game animals - invasive introduced mammals that active hunting keeps under control. Before photos on the left and completed exhibit on right - a bit more to do but this is ready for the pig hunting tournament being held this coming weekend at Koke`e. ...

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Kokee Museum - Hui o Laka shared Kokee Resource Conservation Program's . ...

In observance of Hawaii Invasive Species Awareness Week KRCP will be providing a service learning project at Pihea, Kokee, Kauai. We hope to see you there!

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A limited supply of our custom bottles for hiking and cycling are available at the Museum Shop. "As pure as drinking from a glass--with all the advantages of a flexible bottle." (Learn more at specializedwaterbottles.com/purist/) They probably work for star-gazing too. ...

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Rats! ...

This is a picture taken by Americorps Intern Kayla Bonnette during last weeks field trip to our study sites at the Alaka'i Swamp. It shows the extensive damage rats cause on the native vegetation by feeding on the bark but also on fruits and flowers of native Hawaiian trees and shrubs. #BirdsNotRats

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Meet Rocky, a female monk seal snoozing at "Koke`e Flats" near Diamond Head on O`ahu. Seal-watch member Colleen Heyer explains that all the streets at Portlock have Kaua`i names, and this seal hangout is right in front of Koke`e Place. Melanie Chun photo. ...

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Flora galore!
Here are the last three of the photos from the recent KRCP expedition to the Alaka`i Swamp. Thanks for sharing, Kathy Valier.
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Meanwhile, back in the Swamp...
Here's another photo via Kathy Valier from the recent Alaka`i Swamp trek with KRCP.
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It is COLD up at the park on a foggy Monday. Mahalo to KIUC for a quick repair on the transformer. ...

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It is COLD up at the park on a foggy Monday. Mahalo to KIUC for a quick repair on the transformer. ...

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A day of fun and hard work bonds staff and trustees ...

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Bloomin' Broussaisia ~ Another photo from Kathy Valier, taken on the Kokee Resource Conservation Program expedition last week into the Alaka`i Swamp wilderness. Endemic to Hawai`i, Kanawao is in the Hydrangea family. ...

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