Breakfast with the Birds | Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park
October 17 @ 6:30 am - 9:30 am
Join us for an easy morning stroll along the coastline of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park. With wonderful rocky shoreline, sandy beach, Hawaiian fishpond, and coastal scrub, the park offers excellent opportunities for shorebird, waterfowl and passerine birds. Plus, this is one the easiest places to see green sea turtles on land.
Target Species: Cattle Egret. Black-crowned Night-Heron. Hawaiian Stilt (Ae’o, endemic) , Hawaiian Coot (‘alae ke’oke’o, endemic), Pacific Golden-Plover, Sanderling, Pacific Golden Plover, Ruddy Turnstone, Wandering Tattler, Red- masked Parakeet, White-faced Ibis, visiting waterfowl and migrants.Pricing: $45
Meeting Location: Meet at 6:30am Kaloko Honokohau NHP at the north side of Honokohau Small Boat Harbor. From Queen Kaahumanu Hwy. Turn onto Kealakehe Parkway (towards the ocean) Follow Kealakehe Pkwy 0.35 miles and take the first Right, continue along Kealakehe Parkway another 0.25 miles There will be a gravel parking area on your left. Use this parking lot and meet group in the bottom right hand corner (when you are facing ocean with harbor marina on your left)
Restrictions: Participants must be able to walk up to 1 mile. Recommended for ages 8 and up.