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Birds of Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands are the most isolated islands on the planet. Despite being nearly 2,400 miles from the nearest land mass, Hawaii has over 300 species of birds. 820 more words


Pu‘u Loa petroglyphs

Not far from the coast, in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, is Pu‘u Loa petroglyphs trail. It’s only a mile and a half round trip, but visits a place with a huge number of petroglyphs. 182 more words


Great Leaders at Kilauea Military Camp (KMC)

I attended a four-day seminar located at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.  The participants of the second annual Hawaii Great Leaders Seminar stayed at Kilauea Military Camp (KMC).The purpose of this seminar was to allow educational leaders to share their collective experience, wisdom & creativity to identify and analyze problems of management and leadership and develop creative approaches to a solution. 308 more words


Volcano Life

I am completely in love with Volcano Village and the Hawaii Volcano National Park area. In addition to the awe inspiring Kilauea volcano, there is native flora and fauna to appreciate, as well as art and cultural experiences to be had. 528 more words

Hiker dies while viewing active lava flow in lower Puna

Hawaii News Digest, 02 February 2018, 0500 UTC, Post #16317.



Reporters:  Michael Brestovansky and John Burnett (“Hawaii Tribune-Herald”).

Please click link to read the full story. 197 more words


Hawaiʻi 2017: Hawaiʻi Volcanoes NP

Day 6, Monday, May 15, 2017

After we climbed back up the road from Waipio Valley, we had lots more sightseeing to do!  Once again, we went to Tex’s for malasadas.   741 more words

Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park History

Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park was established on August 1, 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson.  It was the 11th National Park established in the U.S., and the first in a U.S. 493 more words