Some native birds of Hawaii looks a lot like their mainland cousins, like the Hawaiian Stilt and Hawaiian Coot. Learn what makes them different.
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Help butterflies get ready to pass the winter safely with these butterfly garden tips for the fall months.
Depending upon where you are in the US, there are three different bluebird species that you might be seeing. Find out which ones you’ve seen in this post.
A close relative of the Canada Goose, the Nene is the rarest of all the state birds and found only in Hawaii.
Sacred to Pele, colonizer of lava flows, and backed by a beautiful legend of lovers, Ohia Lehua is one of Hawaii’s most beloved plants.
Use just a few supplies from the craft store to create this fun and seasonal pumpkin bird feeder.
If you want to step up your fall decor game, you must enter this new…
Many birders tend to focus on spring migration with all of the birds in breeding plumage, but I love fall migration due to incredible number of birds.
The feathery foliage of Cypress Vine sets off the tiny star-shaped flowers, which attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden.