Kayaking the Wailua River and Hiking to Uluwehi Falls

Kayak – 4 miles round trip, Hike – 2.5 miles round trip

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Peacocks near the Wailua Marina, Kaua’i, Hawai’i

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Wailua River, Kaua’i, Hwai’i

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Along the Wailua River, Kaua’i, Hwai’i

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Sunset flower

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The trail towards Uluwehi Falls

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Walking trees along the trail to Uluwehi Falls

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Trees along the trail to Uluwehi Falls

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An offering near Uluwehi Falls

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Uluwehi Falls, Hwai’i

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Standing under Uluwehi Falls, Hwai’i

 

Wildlife Wednesday 11/02/2016 – Chickens of Kauai

If you have never been to Kauai in Hawaii, then you may not be aware of the most dangerous wild animal on the island – the chicken!  Chickens took over the island after Kauai was devastated by Hurricane Iniki in 1992.  Local sources said the hurricane was a Category 5 with the eye of the storm being larger than the entire island with winds over 180 mph.  After the hurricane, chickens have roamed free throughout the island, where you can find them in the most unlikely places.