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An Alahee tree at Hawaiian Electric’s Arbor Day event.

An Alahee tree at Hawaiian Electric’s Arbor Day event.

Hawaiian coral tree.Wiliwili (Erythrina sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian coral tree.Wiliwili (Erythrina sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian coral tree.Wiliwili (Erythrina sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian coral tree.Wiliwili (Erythrina sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Alaweo, Alaweo huna (Niʻihau), Kāhaʻihaʻi, ʻAhea, ʻĀheahea, ʻĀhewahewa, ʻĀweoweo; Hawaiian goosefoot (Chenopodium oahuense). #luckyweliveHawaii

Alaweo, Alaweo huna (Niʻihau), Kāhaʻihaʻi, ʻAhea, ʻĀheahea, ʻĀhewahewa, ʻĀweoweo; Hawaiian goosefoot (Chenopodium oahuense). #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian persimmon. Ēlama (Diospyros sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian persimmon. Ēlama (Diospyros sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian lily. ʻUki (Dianella sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian lily. ʻUki (Dianella sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Beach morning glory, Hunakai (Ipomoea imperati) #luckyweliveHawaiip

Beach morning glory, Hunakai (Ipomoea imperati) #luckyweliveHawaiip

Hawaiian bonamia, Hawaiʻi lady's nightcap, Menzies' nightcap (Bonamia menziesii). #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian bonamia, Hawaiʻi lady's nightcap, Menzies' nightcap (Bonamia menziesii). #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian lily. ʻUki (Dianella sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Hawaiian lily. ʻUki (Dianella sandwicensis) #luckyweliveHawaii

Nature Conservancy and State of Hawaii workers using Super Sucker underwater vacuums to remove non-native, invasive algae from Kaneohe Bay. Photo Credit: John DeMello.

Nature Conservancy and State of Hawaii workers using Super Sucker underwater vacuums to remove non-native, invasive algae from Kaneohe Bay.

hawaiian monk seal <3 ~ Scientists don’t know why this seal’s population keeps declining

hawaiian monk seal ~ Scientists don’t know why this seal’s population keeps declining JO: Galapagos sharks are a Leading cause :(

Nicholas Griffith, Vertebrate Zoology Collections Technician scans and 3D prints a bird skull for display in the upcoming exhibit Lele O Nā Manu: Hawaiian Fo...

Nicholas Griffith, Vertebrate Zoology Collections Technician scans and prints a bird skull for display in the upcoming exhibit Lele O Nā Manu: Hawaiian Fo.

Come and celebrate Earth Month with us at our annual Grow Hawaiian Festival, Saturday, April 23 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Bishop Museum. Watch to see more of all of the great things you can find at this year’s event, and visit our website to learn more: www.HawaiianElectric.com/GrowHawaiian. #Community #GrowHawaiian #Hawaii

Come and celebrate Earth Month with us at our annual Grow Hawaiian Festival, which will be held on Saturday, April 23 from 9 a. at Bishop Museum.