Hawaii part 1- Kaua'i

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Subject: Hawaii part 1- Kaua'i
From: Michael Todd <>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 22:55:17 +1100
Hello all,

Just a short email to let you know that I've put up the first installment of my Hawaii section on my website (www dot wildlifing dot com). It covers my time on the island of Kaua'i which is the westernmost of the main islands in the Hawaiian chain (not counting Niihau).

Apart from seeing the wonderful Alaka'i Swamp (which is a highland rainforest that receives a LOT of rain) I managed to photograph birds like the Anianiau, Kaua'i Amakihi, Apapane and Japanese White-eye. Laysan Albatross, Red-footed Booby and the Nene (Hawaiian Goose) were some of the birds that I watched at close range at Point Kilauea.

Also, I've realised that I had some problems with my New Zealand section- some of the links between pages weren't functioning correctly. As a result my page on the Takahe on Tiritiri Matangi didn't make it up at all. On this page I've put up some photos of a Takahe family, 2 parents and a chick. It was touching to see such burly birds treat their youngster with such gentle care.



Michael Todd Wildlifing Images & Sounds of Nature
Latest Additions: Hawaii (Kaua'i- Apapane, Anianiau, Kaua'i Amakihi)
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