Storyboard

In Hawai‘i’s Forests, Silence Signals Threats to Hawaiian Honeycreepers

As the island’s native birds come dangerously close to extinction, researchers on Kaua‘i have identified a new threat to their survival.

Avatar - NMG Network
Curated by
NMG Network
    • Nature
    • Biology
    • Wildlife
    • United States
    • Hawaii
In Hawai‘i’s Forests, Silence Signals Threats to Hawaiian Honeycreepers
Continue to read
7 stories in this Storyboard
    In Hawai‘i’s Forests, Silence Signals Threats to Hawaiian Honeycreepers

    In Hawai‘i’s Forests, Silence Signals Threats to Hawaiian Honeycreepers

    As the island’s native birds come dangerously close to extinction, researchers on Kaua‘i have identified a new threat to their survival.

    No Ke Koʻikoʻi o nā Inoa ʻĀina

    No Ke Koʻikoʻi o nā Inoa ʻĀina

    From mountain peaks to sandy beaches, inoa ‘āina, or place names, exist for nearly every parcel of Hawai‘i. But a history of militarization and commercial development has often left these traditional names silenced. Can one truly honor Hawaiian places without acknowledging the important nature of inoa ‘āina?

More stories from Nature