Wildlifing Update- Hawaii Part 2- Maui

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Subject: Wildlifing Update- Hawaii Part 2- Maui
From: Michael Todd <>
Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2006 08:23:39 +1000
Hello all,

I've just put up the Maui section of my Hawaii trip on to my website ( It includes photos of Humpback Whales, Hawaiian Noddy and the spectacular scenery of Haleakala Crater.

With the forest birds, I spent most time photographing at Polipoli and Hosmer Grove, both of which are on the eastern end of the island, kind of around the Haleakala Crater. I managed to photograph Maui Alauahio (Maui Creeper), Apapane, Maui Amakihi and Iiwi at these places. In my opinion, the I'iwi is one of the world's most beautiful birds. The brilliance of the red plumage has to be seen to be believed- they are a delight to photograph. It is worth visiting Hawaii just to see the I'iwi.



Michael Todd Wildlifing Images & Sounds of Nature
Latest Additions: Hawaii (Maui- Humpback Whale, I'iwi, Hawaiian Noddy)
Toronto, NSW, Australia 04101 23715


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