Living With Social Distancing On Kauai – Sea Lodge Beach And More
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Living With Social Distancing On Kauai – Sea Lodge Beach And More

It is a strange and unsettling time living with social distancing on Kauai. After all, being social is what small-town living is all about. I miss the hugs that have become our welcome greeting since moving to the Garden Island. I miss the barbeques, the dinner parties, the fundraisers. I miss having friends over to…

Albatross Courting Dance – Love is in the Air in Princeville – Hawaii
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Albatross Courting Dance – Love is in the Air in Princeville – Hawaii

It is always exciting when one happens upon an albatross courting dance. Last month I heard the distinctive sounds of two albatross just four doors down from Honu Point Vacation Rental. I grabbed my phone and sat down on the other side of a hedge to watch the show. Soon one of the birds came…

Two Albatross Chicks Take Their Giant Leap Into The Air – Kauai, Hawaii
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Two Albatross Chicks Take Their Giant Leap Into The Air – Kauai, Hawaii

Two of the seventeen albatross chicks born in Princeville have taken flight. All of these chicks were born the end of January and have stayed close to their nests until now. Mom and Dad have been bringing them sustenance for months. Now it is time for each of them to head out to sea to…

Featuring Pela – A Princeville Laysan Albatross – Kauai, Hawaii
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Featuring Pela – A Princeville Laysan Albatross – Kauai, Hawaii

It has been a month since I reported on Pela, “my” Laysan albatross chick in Princeville, Kauai. He/she is now ten weeks old and growing like crazy. I will not know his/her gender for awhile so until then I am choosing the “she” pronoun. When she gets closer to fledging (first flight), the Biologists will…

Hawaiian Monk Seal – Another Kauai Treasure – Hawaii
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Hawaiian Monk Seal – Another Kauai Treasure – Hawaii

It is always fun to be walking along a Kauai beach and discover a Hawaiian monk seal sunning on the sand. Residents are very protective of Hawaii’s state mammal because they are one of the only two remaining monk seal species on Earth and their habitat is limited to the Northwest Hawaiian Islands and the…