Welcome to Kamakou Preserve

Much of the preserve is forested with ʻohiʻa lehua, a native tree with fluffy red blossoms, whose nectar is favored by native birds. It is home to the ʻapapane (bright-red Hawaiian honeycreeper), ʻamakihi (yellow-green honeyeater) and pueo (Hawaiian owl). Other treasures include tree ferns, native orchids and silvery lilies.

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Kamakou Preserve in detail

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