If youʻve been downtown to enjoy the Christmas decorations this holiday season youʻve surely enjoyed the thousands of lights strung on the buildings, the trees and the many displays. If you happen to look up you may have noticed what look like faint oblong white lights scattered in the canopy of some of the trees. Those were White Terns, settled in to their roosting spots where they spend the night. As part of our on-going effort to better understand the population of White Terns that breed on Oahu weʻve been paying more attention to what our Manu o Ku do after dark. Join us after the sun goes down for a walk in downtown Honolulu on Saturday evening, December 30 to learn more about Honoluluʻs official bird. The official Honolulu City Lights display ends on Friday, December 29, but the show put on by the Manu o Ku will continue into the New Year and beyond! Join us in the parking lot in front of the Post Office on Merchant St at 7:30 PM for our first “Manu o Ku After Dark” walk.
RSVP by text to 808-379-7555 to reserve your place.