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AND THE BIRDS APPEARED legend apapane parrotbill amakihi ʻohia lehua mamane Maui Hawaii Recommended for ages 4-8 Book

And The Birds Appeared

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Retells the traditional legend of how Maui, a boy with magical powers, made the birds appear on Hawaii.(Recommended for ages 4-8)A Kolowalu Book by Julie Stewart Williams  (Author), Robin Yoko Burningham (Illustrator) Age Range: 4 - 8 years Grade Level: Preschool - 3 Series: Kolowalu Book Hardcover: 32 pages Publisher: University of Hawaii P...


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Extinct Birds of Hawaiʻi

Extinct Birds of Hawaiʻi

$21.95

Extinct Birds of Hawaiʻi captures the vanishing world of unique bird species that has  slipped away in the Hawaiian  Islands, mostly due to human impact on ecosystems. Richly illustrated and including paintings by Julian P. Hume (many painted specifically for this volume), it enables us to vicariously enjoy avian life once found only Hawaiʻi, b...


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Book cover is a collage of Hawaiian natural features, including a lava tube, Haleakalā silversword, monk seals, and various plants.

Hawaiian Natural History - Ecology Evolution

$61.00

Not since William A. Bryan's 1915 landmark compendium, Hawaiian Natural History, has there been a single-volume work that offers such extensive coverage of this complex but fascinating subject. Illustrated with more than two dozen color plates and a hundred photographs and line drawings, Hawaiian Natural History, Ecology, and Evolution updates ...


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Coloring book cover shows sketches of native ʻapapane forest birds, ʻohiʻa lehua blossoms, a nest with eggs in it, and a native akoheʻkohe forest bird.

Hawaiian Plants and Animals Coloring Book

$4.99

The author has rendered 44 finely detailed illustrations capturing a rich cross-section of the islands' characteristic plant and animal life, depicting both introduced and native plants, animal and insect life. Captions identify plants and animals on each page. Author: Y.S. Green Softcover: 48 pages Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc. Dimension...


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Hawaiʻi Floral Splendor

Hawaiʻi Floral Splendor

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An authoritative, readable book written by a field naturalist and a long-time island resident. It brings alive the kaleidoscopic floral bounty that beautifies the island’s roadsides, parks, resorts, public gardens, beaches, and interior forests. Written for both residents and visitors. Hawaiʻi's Floral Splendor describes and photographs doz...


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Book cover depicts a drawing of a red and black ʻapapane sitting on an ʻohiʻa lehua branch, with an open blossom.

Hawaiʻi's Plants and Animals: Biological Sketches of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park

$19.95

A charmingly-illustrated, fairly comprehensive overview of the plants, insects and animals of this World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve.  Few people are as well-positioned as the researchers fortunate enough to make the tapestry of Hawaiian biota their daily work.  Few books do a better job of walking the reader through the organisms that i...


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Hiker's Guide to Trailside Plants in Hawai'i

$16.95

From arid coastal plains to chilly cloud forests, Hawai‘i is home to an astonishing range of flora. Many of our plant species, like the regal koa and hardy silversword, can be found nowhere else in the world! Knowing how to identify these plants, and learning about their historical uses and associated legends will greatly enrich your hiking expe...


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ID Card: Hawaiian Wildlife, An Introduction to Familiar Species

$7.95

Hawaii Wildlife is the perfect pocket-sized, folding guide for the nature enthusiast. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 140 familiar species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies and seashore life and includes a map featuring prominent state-wide wildlife sanctuaries. Laminated for durability, this handy guide is ...


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ID Card: Hawaiʻi Birds, an Introduction to Familiar Species

ID Card: Hawaiʻi Birds, an Introduction to Familiar Species

$7.95

Hawai‘i Birds is the perfect pocket-sized, folding guide for the bird lover and nature enthusiast. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 140 familiar species and includes a map featuring prominent state-wide birding hotspots. Laminated for durability, this handy guide is a great source of portable information and ideal for field use...


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ID Card: Hawaiʻi Trees and Wild Flowers

$7.95

Hawai‘i Trees & Wildflowers is the perfect pocket-sized, folding guide to familiar trees, shrubs, food plants and wildflowers. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 110 familiar species and includes a map featuring prominent state-wide botanical sanctuaries. Because of the rich botanical history of the state, the plants are code...


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Cover is an image of a Hawaiian hawk, or ʻio, in flight directly at the camera.

Io Lani - The Hawaiian Hawk

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A symbol of Hawaiian royalty—indomitable, swift, strong, and fierce—‘io, the Hawaiian hawk, Buteo solitarius, also represents a Hawai‘i that has remained unchanged from its earliest days of wild splendor. Blown from their customary migratory route between North America and South America, the first birds arrived before human voyagers discovered ...


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Cover image shows archival painting of Hilo Bay on Hawaiʻi Island with the snowcapped summit of Mauna Kea in the distance and palm trees in the foreground. Book title in green and blue in a black bar across the top.

Islands in a Far Sea

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This book tells the story of human interaction with Hawai‘i’s native landscapes and rich biological heritage. The author’s accessible language allows readers to grasp basic geological and biological principles and to understand the perhaps surprising vulnerability of Hawaiian ecosystems—which have coevolved with volcanoes—to human impact.  John ...


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Native Hawaiian Plants & Polynesian-Introduced Plants

Native Hawaiian Plants & Polynesian-Introduced Plants

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In addition to describing the plants and their habitats, this guide relates the significance that native and Polynesian introduced plants had to traditional Hawaiian culture, and tell how these plants are still used today. Noa Kekuewa Lincoln Paperback: 135 pages Publisher: Bishop Museum Pr; 1 edition (June 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 15...


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Native Plants of the Kaʻū Dryland Forest

Native Plants of the Kaʻū Dryland Forest

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A sampling of indigenous and endemic dryland plant species in Kaʻū, Hawaiʻi. Believing that education is one of the keys to involving people in conscientious conservation, this booklet was conceived as a guide to fifteen of the dominant trees, shrubs and vines in the HK (Hoʻomalu Kaʻū) dryland forest. By Hoʻomalu KaʻūResearched and written by We...


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Plants in Hawaiian Culture

Plants in Hawaiian Culture

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The first people who settled the group of islands now known as Hawaiʻi had neither metal nor ceramic clays for pottery. Thus, their dependence on plants, both wild and cultivated, was paramount. This book is concerned with the culture of the Hawaiians before the first-known contact with foreigners, and with the interrelation of the people and t...


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Pocket Guide to Hawaiʻi's Trees and Shrubs

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Pocket Guide to Hawaiiʻs Trees and Shrubs The most complete guide available to both Hawaii's native and naturalized trees, shrubs and larger vines. This guidebook by field naturalist, scholar, wildlife artist, photographer, and ecotour leader Douglas Pratt offers hundreds of photos of all the species most likely to be encountered. No naturalist ...


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Sea Turtles of Hawaiʻi

Sea Turtles of Hawaiʻi

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Winner, 2002 Ka Palapala Pookela Awards for Excellence in Illustration, Natural Science, Children's BooksEnter the world of the  Hawai'i's beloved green sea turtle. Revered by Hawaiians since ancient times, and playing an important role in their culture, these turtles were reduced to dangerously low numbers by commercial fishing before gaining p...


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Taro Mauka Makai

Taro Mauka Makai

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A Taro Production and Business Guide for Hawaiʻi GrowersSecond edition - revised and expandedTaro (Colocasia esculenta, kalo in Hawaiian) has always been an important food crop for the Hawaiian people and has a special place within the culture of Hawaiʻi. This book provides detailed information on growing taro, under both non-flooded and floode...


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The Hawaiian Monk Seal

The Hawaiian Monk Seal

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This lovingly-illustrated, sumptuously colored 32-page hardcover book will show and tell you everything you'll want to know about this rare, charismatic native Hawaiian creature. Ching worked and lived with critically endangered monk seals on the remote Northwest Hawaiian Islands, now Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument. A complete refer...


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Trees of Hawaiʻi

Trees of Hawaiʻi

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Surrounded by a vast array of colorful trees and shrubs, many residents and visitors with scant knowledge of botany are unable to find out more about "that tree with the small, pink flowers" or "the one on the corner with the pale green leaves." Kepler comes to our rescue with this easy-to-use guide and brings alive the kaleidoscopic flora that...


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ʻŌhiʻa Lehua Rainforest: Born Among Hawaiian Volcanoes, Evolved in Isolation

ʻŌhiʻa Lehua Rainforest: Born Among Hawaiian Volcanoes, Evolved in Isolation

$39.95

In the early 1970s, a multidisciplinary team of forest biologists began a study of Hawaiian ecosystems under the International Biological Program (IBP). Research focus was on the intact native ecosystems in and around Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, in particular the ʻōhiʻa lehua (Metrosiderous polymorpha) rainforest. Patches of dead ʻōhiʻa st...


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