Thursday, November 12, 2015

I.S. Students Take Part in Nihoku Blessing


Kumu Kauka and four north shore I.S. elementary students took part in a special blessing of the new predator-proof bird sanctuary at the  Nihoku area of Kilauea Point Wildlife Refuge. The children helped Kumu prepare for the blessing and sang an ‘oli. For more information about this project, visit the American Bird Conservatory's website: http://abcbirds.org/article/endangered-hawaiian-petrels-moved-kilauea-point-national-wildlife-refuge/
4th graders Anuhea Ke, Titus Schweitzer, Kai Spindt, and 1st grader Naia Spindt sing an ‘oli with Kumu Kauka.
Kai and Naia Spindt prepare for the blessing against a spectacular north shore sunset.