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    Hawai'i Volcanoes

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News 2004 Archive



Dec 10, 2004Mother Nature Started Fire
Dec 09, 2004Fallen Ranger Served to Inspire
Dec 07, 2004Rain Falls on Burn Area
Dec 06, 2004Firefighters Move Fast to Suppress Wildfire
Dec 02, 2004Drivers Urged to Watch for Nene on Hwy 11
Nov 18, 2004Fire Management Plan EA Available for Review
Nov 04, 2004Join in a Journey through Kahuku 2
Nov 04, 2004Volcanoes On-line to Erupt in the Classroom
Oct 22, 2004Join in a Journey through Kahuku
Aug 13, 2004Temporary Closure of Hilina Pali Road
Aug 12, 2004Ho'okipa ia Kahuku! Welcome to Kahuku!
Aug 11, 2004Park Seeks Input on Crater Rim Drive Improvements
Aug 09, 2004Artist Chosen to Create Wahi Kapu Sculpture
July 29, 2004Pedal Pushers in Vogue at Hawai'i Volcanoes
July 05, 2004Celebrate "Wilderness" at the Kilauea Wilderness Runs
Jun 21, 2004Sign Stealer Puts Rare Geese at Risk
Jun 10, 2004Come to the Kilauea Cultural Festival
May 15, 2004Children's Program Weaves Fun and Science Together
May 12, 2004Three Finalists Recommended for Wahi Kapu Sculpture
Apr 06, 2004Car Burglar Gets Day in Court and 16 Months in Jail
Apr 05, 2004Still Time to Share Your Views on Air Tours
Mar 24, 2004Share Your Views on Air Tours over Hawai'i Volcanoes NP
Mar 02, 2004Rain Falls, Wind Blows, and Trees Topple
Feb 06, 2004Park Seeks Hawaiian Cultural Sculpture
Feb 05, 2004Mother Goose Killed by Car
Jan 12, 2004Thai Royal Explores Pele's Realm
Jan 05, 2004New Superintendent Named for Hawai`i Volcanoes Nat'l Park


Did You Know?

`Ohi`a tree with lehua blossoms.

The `ohi`a lehua (Metrosideros polymorpha) is a pioneer plant on new lava and a dominant tree in most mature Hawaiian forests. Honeycreepers, like the `apapane and `amakihi, are often seen sipping sweet nectar from its flowers. More...