Browsing All Posts filed under »Forest«

Honoring our Family of Veterans

November 11, 2016


My great Grandfather Jacob M Beecher was a 1st Lieutenant in the United States Colored Infantry  – fighting for the Union Army during the Civil War in America. Purple Heart awarded to my Uncle – Frank E. Beecher – World War One Veteran Below a Photo of my Grandfather – Harry Beecher – Navy World […]

A rare glimpse of the Ibis at Honouliuli Hawaii

January 7, 2015


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 […]

Hawaii’s rare Plants & Forest

November 4, 2014


The Honouliuli Forest Reserve holds a sparse quantity of rare and endangered plants species, some not found anywhere else in the world. The work, over sight to protect and expand the rare plants and forest of Hawaii has become a vital role of a few individuals and organizations across our Island chain. In particular Susan […]

Honolulu Fire Department’s ongoing battle with a Makakilo Forest Fire reaches 17 days

September 8, 2014


Article by Tina Quizon September 7, 2014 Honolulu Fire Department’s ongoing battle to extinguish a difficult Makakilo fire has now reached a critical 17 days. This morning Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) had 7 battalions of fire crews on the scene in a hard to reach Makakilo forest area. And despite the valiant effort by the […]

“Down to the Wire” time for action to save Hawaii’s forest, endangered species and wildlife

September 1, 2014


September 1, 2014, Article by Tina Quizon As the fire in the Makakilo Forest re-ignited again yesterday, the blaze illuminated the night sky last night. And this mornings revelations reveal that we are down to the wire. In need of quick action from fire officials and for military intervention to put out the fire and […]