A rare glimpse of the Ibis at Honouliuli Hawaii

Posted on January 7, 2015

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A White-faced Ibis (Plegadis chihi) is rare bird, especially on the Ewa Plains of Oahu Hawaii. We were lucky enough to see and filmed one foraging for food at Honouliuli. With our TV Show we hope to bring some understanding and attention to the need to save and expand these rare Habitats and Hawaii’s wetlands for our birds, other wildlife, plants and species. Watch our TV Show this evening with our video footage of the Ibis and some of Hawaii’s bird population.

Without understanding, expansion and management of Hawaii Wetlands, and these area’s, the only birds we may soon see in the skies may just be the Iron and Steel birds that Mankind has made. Tune in tonight, Weds. at 8:30 pm ch 55 in Honolulu Hawaii “Pathways to Paradise” TV Show – The Ibis and Hawaii’s bird population.

Photo Courtesy of Mr. Carroll Cox

This Ibis photo was taken by Carroll Cox on the Ewa plains, in  a rare Habitat found in Honouliuli.

This Ibis photo was taken by Carroll Cox on the Ewa plains, in a rare Habitat found in Honouliuli.

Watch the Pathways to Paradise TV Show Footage of “The Ibis: Hawaii’s Rare Bird Population ” here at this link http://olelo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=24&clip_id=45003

Inspired by Hawaii’s wildlife, flora and fauna, here is a link to our latest TV Show

http://olelo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=30&clip_id=45279

Pathways to Paradise: Hawaii – The Last of the Ewa Wetlands

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