Photo Gallery The beauty of native life in the Koʻolaus Click any image to view in a slideshow The Oʻahu ʻamakihi (Hemignathus flavus) is endemic to Oʻahu and is still fairly common in the southern and central Koʻolau Mountains. The ʻapapane (Himatione sanguinea) is endemic to Hawaiʻi and can be found in ʻōhi‘a canopies in our native forests. The ʻapapane (Himatione sanguinea) drinks the nectar of the ʻōhi‘a lehua (flowers). Hāhā (Cyanea calycina) ʻIeʻie (Freycinetia arborea) Kāpana (Phyllostegia grandiflora) one of the “mintless” Hawaiian mints. View of Kualoa and Kaʻaʻawa from Kīpapa Misty Koʻolau Mountains Can you spot the campsite at Kīpapa? Koliʻi (Trematolobelia macrostachys) Lovely soft pink flowers of the koliʻi (Trematolobelia macrostachys) A vibrant Trematolobelia singularis The Oʻahu ʻelepaio (Chasiempis ibidis) is an endangered flycatcher. Vibrant yellow flowers (lehua mamo) of (Metrosideros macropus) at Poamoho Sunset at Poamoho Lobelia gaudichaudii Our native butterfly, the pulelehua (Vanessa tameamea) Pulelehua (Vanessa tameamea) ʻŌhiʻa (Metrosideros polymorpha) on Wiliwilinui Ridge.