Hawaii’s Dragonflies the “Pinao ‘Ula”

Posted on May 27, 2014

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Hawaii’s Dragonflies, the “Pinao ‘Ula”, are as vibrant in an array of colors, as rarity for any unsuspecting passerby that may get a glimpse of such a beautiful creature. One person after seeing our video commented,”I have never seen a dragonfly”, sharing that she believes herself and many people can go through their busy day and entire life not seeing even one Dragonfly.

Click the link provided to watch our footage http://olelo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=30&clip_id=41598

As we share our video footage for others to see and enjoy the Dragonflies, birds and the endangered baby Hawaiian Stilts, watch Pathways to Paradise “Hawaii’s Dragonflies & Birds ” #139 tomorrow , Wednesday, May 28, at 08:30 pm on Channel 55 Olelo in Honolulu and worldwide on the internet . It is our hopes that by sharing our video, individuals and the community will become more aware of the other creatures around us that often have no voice to preserve and protect the vital land and water resources that is not only the dragonflies home, but is the only home for all of us. Check back later as we will be adding the video link.

The red Dragonfly is just one of the many “Pinao ‘Ula”  Hawaiian Dragonflies photo by Tina Quizon

The red Dragonfly is just one of the many “Pinao ‘Ula” Hawaiian Dragonflies photo by Tina Quizon

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