Category Archives: Hilo

KUHI’AIKAMO’OWAHIE, regal on this blustery Hilo day

KUHI’AIKAMO’OWAHIE, regal on this blustery Hilo day. Mahalo to @hui_ku_maoli_ola for sharing from Poamoho. #hiloiaapaa Advertisements

KUHI’AIKAMO’OWAHIE, regal on this blustery Hilo day

KUHI’AIKAMO’OWAHIE, regal on this blustery Hilo day. Mahalo to @hui_ku_maoli_ola for sharing from Poamoho. #hiloiaapaa

Stalk Exposure in Hilo

The stalks of some tī-leaf plants are regaining their color after having leaves picked from them recently. Many plants in this part of Waiākea in Hilo are hinting at their recent use and showing different leaf-removal techniques, with lots of

Stalk Exposure in Hilo

The stalks of some tī-leaf plants are regaining their color after having leaves picked from them recently. Many plants in this part of Waiākea in Hilo are hinting at their recent use and showing different leaf-removal techniques, with lots of

Hilo in Kona

Recent rains in Kona have brought luxuriance to this dryland forest at Ka‘ūpūlehu. Puakala, ma‘o hau hele, hauhele‘ula, maiapilo, and ‘ōhi‘a are flowering, and ‘āweoweo lacks its distinctive scent. Wiliwili, kauila and ‘ohe makai outplanted by HawCC/UHH students a couple

Hilo in Kona

Recent rains in Kona have brought luxuriance to this dryland forest at Ka‘ūpūlehu. Puakala, ma‘o hau hele, hauhele‘ula, maiapilo, and ‘ōhi‘a are flowering, and ‘āweoweo lacks its distinctive scent. Wiliwili, kauila and ‘ohe makai outplanted by HawCC/UHH students a couple

Hilo!

Hilo One, Hilo Palikū and Mokuola from Makaokū. Tradewind-borne clouds stack up on the mauna across the bay. He nani ke ao nei.

Hilo!

Hilo One, Hilo Palikū and Mokuola from Makaokū. Tradewind-borne clouds stack up on the mauna across the bay. He nani ke ao nei.

Nana: Ho’onui Anahulu Summary

During this hoʻonui anahulu of the Hawaiian month Nana, we began with seeing Kou trees seeding and flowering in Hilo on the Hilo moon. The Hoaka moon showed rain on the island of Oʻahu (Mānoa) and mist in the mauka

Nana: Ho’onui Anahulu Summary

During this hoʻonui anahulu of the Hawaiian month Nana, we began with seeing Kou trees seeding and flowering in Hilo on the Hilo moon. The Hoaka moon showed rain on the island of Oʻahu (Mānoa) and mist in the mauka

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New growth during a new year!

Hauʻoli makahiki hou! To begin this new year and hilo moon we have new growth in ʻōhiʻa, as liko, as well as in the form of seeds. Its seed capsules shown on the right are full of its tiny wind

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New growth during a new year!

Hauʻoli makahiki hou! To begin this new year and hilo moon we have new growth in ʻōhiʻa, as liko, as well as in the form of seeds. Its seed capsules shown on the right are full of its tiny wind