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tags: Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, tsunami, nature, environment, image of the day Image: Ron Barranco, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii [larger view] One of my friends lived on Hawaii in 2008, where his uncle still resides. His uncle emailed two images to my friend the morning after the tsunami, which were snapped from his lanai. My friend shared…

Sunset Over Maui 2

tags: sunset, Hawaii, landscape, nature, image of the day Sunset, Wailea, Maui, 2 Image: John del Rio [larger view].

Pacific Green Sea Turtles

tags: green sea turtles, Hawaii, landscape, nature, image of the day Egg-laying Green Sea Turtles Pacific green (black) sea turtle Chelonia mydas, Maui, Hawai’i. Image: John del Rio [larger view].

Sunset over Mexico

tags: sunset, Mexico, landscape, nature, image of the day Sunset Rosarito Beach, Mexico. Image: John del Rio [larger view].

Sunset Over Maui 2

tags: sunset, Hawaii, landscape, nature, image of the day Sunset Ka’anapali, Maui. Image: John del Rio [larger view].

Storm Cell

tags: storm cell, Hawaii, landscape, nature, image of the day Storm Cell Black Rock, Ka’anapali, Maui. Image: John del Rio [larger view].

Storm Front

tags: stormfront, hawaii, landscape, nature, image of the day Ka’anapali, Maui Image: John del Rio [larger view].

Sunset Over Maui

tags: sunset, Hawaii, landscape, nature, image of the day Sunset, Wailea, Maui. Image: John del Rio [larger view].

Hawai’ian Birds

tags: pets, cutest kitten in the world, streaming video This video is a 5 minute amateur documentary about Hawai’i’s endangered birds and the causes of their decline. The filmographer writes; “This was somewhat a difficult topic and we suffered from a lack of suitable footage of native birds as most endangered birds are not seen…

tags: po’ouli, Melamprosops phaeosoma, endangered species, endangered species act, conservation, extinction, birds, island species, Hawai’i, book review For scientists, naturalists and birders, islands are the most amazing places on earth because their evolutionary legacy has provided them with their own fascinating flora and fauna that are found nowhere else in the world. But because humans…