Waikiki, Honolulu, O'ahu, Hawaii. This white form is abundant in parks and on buildings here. I didn't see any of the typical "wild form" of Rock Dove.
This Loricariid caught in Hawaii’s Manoa River, is a descendent of fish imported for the pet trade.
The Blackchin tilapia (Sarotherodon melanotheron) was introduced into to Hawaiian waters in the 1970s; it is now one of the most abundant fish found in bays and estuaries.
The Akupa (Eleotris sandwicensis) is the only member of the family Eleotridae found in the Hawaiian Islands. This sleeper fish is a top predator in Hawaiian freshwater ecosystem, feeding on fishes and invertebrates. Only found in the lower reaches of streams and estuaries the Akupa can reach a total length of 33 cm (13 in).
Hilton Hawaiian Village is one of just two non-zoo facilities in the United States authorized to breed and raise African Blackfoot Penguins, which are a threatened species, under the Species Survival Program.