We have a symphony playing each day precisely at 6:30 a.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. It heralds in the pink sky of morning and the blaze of the sun as it sets out over the Pacific.
|Ko Olina sunset|
J. Smith photo (c) 2011
It is the symphony of Mina birds who flock by the dozens to two 'garbage trees' (named so by the groundskeepers because of the leaves that perpetually fall from them) in the gardens outside our Marriott Vacation Club at Ko Olina
While on a horticultural tour we learned that Marriott had once tried devices in the trees to discourage the birds from singing their songs, so they wouldn't disturb
the guests. . .the tour participants were aghast.
Can you imagine being in the tropics and not hearing the songs of the birds?
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