Chubs? Snacking on bread loaves to the delight of the tourists.
Begging for bread crumbs.
In several hours at Hanauma Bay, I saw turtles twice - both on the edges of the snorkeling activity and both farther out than most were going (but still before the breakline of the waves). Still, these guys seem fairly habituated to peoples. Unfortunately, despite the 'look don't touch' mantra of the mandatory video we watched before entering this very popular snorkeling bay, the young guys attached to the pictured legs were swimming down to try and touch this turtle.
A sick dove (or juvenile too soon out of the nest?) sitting on my hotel walkway.
Photographed from the breakfast table.
I think this tern looks like a drawing of a bird by someone who doesn't know how to draw very well. Other than that, I was very excited to see a new bird during my last couple hours in Hawaii. Not sure why I didn't see it somewhere else, as this pair of white terns were 10 feet above a very busy beach.
Lots of white pigeons on the island.
Waiting for duck crumbs.