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On The Beach425 viewsOn the beach at Poihale State Park. Several miles of warm sand along with some small sand dunes. We were one of only several groups along the entire stretch of beach.Apr 26, 2010
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Anole408 viewsI believe this is an Anole also but has changed colors to blend in with the lava that he is perched on. This Anole is extending his Dewlap, a type of cartilage that extends from neck & throat area.Apr 26, 2010
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Sunset From The Beach House441 viewsAfter a nice dinner at the Beach House in Poipu, we enjoyed this beautiful sunset from the lawn just outside the restaraunt. Apr 26, 2010
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Red-Crested Cardinal 1281 viewsThe Red-Crested Cardinal is not native to Hawaii but was introduced around 1930 from South America.Apr 26, 2010
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Red-Crested Cardinal 2281 viewsAlso known as the Brazilian Cardinal, it feeds on seeds, plant matter, insects and fruit.

Apr 26, 2010
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Plumeria281 viewsProbably Lynne's favorite flowers, the Plumerias were everywhere. Apr 26, 2010
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Hawaiian Monk Seal 2282 viewsThe Hawaiian monk seal is among the most endangered of all seal species. The population of Hawaiian monk seals is in decline. In 2008, it was estimated that only 1200 individuals remain. This Monk Seal was seen on Poipu Beach. He looks very content, enjoying the warm Spring Sun. Apr 26, 2010
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Hawaiian Monk Seal 1282 viewsKnown to the native Hawaiians as ʻIlio-holo-i-ka-uaua, or "dog that runs in rough water". Its common name derives from its round head covered with short hairs, giving it the appearance of a medieval friar. The name may also reflect the fact that it lives a solitary existence relative to other species that collect in large colonies. When they come up to shore, the locals place ropes around them to keep people at a safe distance.Apr 15, 2010
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View From The Balcony276 viewsThis is the view from our second story balcony. It was a wonderful place to sit and relax in the evening listening to the surf roll in.Apr 14, 2010
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