Nâ Manu i Ka Nahele

Thanks to Debra at Sparrowgrass who helped me be able to do this, may I present for your enjoyment Nā Manu I Ka Nahele, or, The Birds From the Forest (outside my office window) with one tiny hamajang (text wea not supposed to be). OMG. My blog neva going be da same!

All photos taken by me. Birds in order of their appearance:

Black-Headed Grosbeaks
American Robin
Pine Siskin (Ho da kewt, yeah?)
Downy Woodpecker
Downy Woodpecker
Rufous Hummingbird
Hairy Woodpecker

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4 Responses to Nâ Manu i Ka Nahele

  1. AFK says:

    Wow, that was outstanding. I love that picture of the goldfinch looking over his shoulder, as if to say “Mokihana, why you taking one pitcha of my okole?” And that pine siskin looks as though he’s in his own personal Eiffel Tower!

  2. Kikue Mugen says:

    Mrs. Robin is my favorite! You have quite an array of birdies ~ All of them so beautiful. Again, even though they’re so common, as common as our mynah birds in Hawaii nei, the Robin is a smashing fellow. He’s an ordinary kind of guy, is why! LOL Thanks Moki, this is such a relaxing blessing to watch.

  3. Karen says:

    how beautiful is that Mokihana!! so nice to watch them……mahalo!

  4. Julie says:

    just now saw this….nicely done anden alla manu just fab

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