The desecration of Hawaii’s Ahupuapa (wetlands)

Posted on October 24, 2013

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Foam trash is Honey Bee & Plants home  in the water at Waipahu Depot road Stream in Hawaii photo by Tina Quizon

Foam trash is Honey Bee & Plants home in the water at Waipahu Depot road Stream in Hawaii photo by Tina Quizon

Hawaii’s Ahupuapa (wetlands) is more and more at risk our watershed, our endangered Hawaiian wildlife birds & other rare species have “no Sanctuary”. The sad reality of President Obama’s own home here in Hawaii, is a “state of shambles” with no protection of the land, the watershed and the wetlands from modern mans crusade and march to conquer the earth.

Who will protect the Endangered & Rare Hawaiian Stilts, Mud Hens?

Who will be the voice for the Red Dragonfly and other creatures, plants & insects that have no voice?

Who will protect their environment?

Where are the polices, regulations & laws that were put in place to ensure not only the protection for our wetlands & inhabitants but for the expansion and conservation?

Will we only continue to trash & destroy our Paradise, harming the endangered birds, wetlands and to desecrate the Ahupuapa.

Article, video & photos by Tina Quizon

Update: Hawaii News Now coverage of the continued polluting of the Waipahu Stream –
http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/24258568/exclusive

No Sanctuary for the Birds, plants & inhabitants of the wetlands along Waipahu Depot Road Stream

No Sanctuary for the Birds, plants & inhabitants of the wetlands along Waipahu Depot Road Stream

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