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<b>Four-Toed Shaka</b><br>The Madagascar giant day gecko, recently established in the Hawaiian Islands.<br><i>Photo: David Liitschwager</i>
Vol. 13, no. 6
Dec. 2010 - Jan. 2011

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Four-Toed Shaka
The Madagascar giant day gecko, recently established in the Hawaiian Islands.
Photo: David Liitschwager

Hana Hou!
Vol. 13, no. 6
Dec. 2010 - Jan. 2011

Native Intelligence

Features

The (un)natural history of Hawai'i's favorite lizard

Outrigger canoe sailing makes a comeback across the Islands

Love those Technicolor bougainvillea you see all over town? You've got Donald Angus and Paul Weissich to thank.

Departments

Twenty-two bartenders from around the Islands vie to build the perfect mai tai
At a small dojo on Maui, Komei Sekiguchi teaches the rigorous art of iaijutsu
David Burney unearths 10,000 years of history in the soil of Kaua'i's Makauwahi cave
The United Nations designates the Northwest Hawaiian Islands a World Heritage Site
The Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Club celebrates 100 years of walking in the forest

Pau Hana

 

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In Hana Hou!'s print edition, we take special care to include the okina (glottal stop) and kahako (macron) marks used in proper spelling of Hawaiian words.  Due to compatibility issues with certain Web browsers and search engines, however, we are not able to include them on this site.