Introduction to the different ecological zones that comprise Hā‘ena ahupua‘a, including a reconstruction of traditional zones by Kawika and his team.
Winds and rains of Hā‘ena are discussed, along with the impact of hurricanes. Makaala explains making a calendar for the fishermen.
Chipper discusses three main forest area in the ahupua‘a, from lowland forest to mountain forest.. Kawika considers agroforesty in Hā‘ena, and what can be learned.
John Clark writes about the beachs of
Hā‘ena, and Uncle Tom talks about the importance of knowing place names in the sea.
Kawika discusses four classes of birds in Hā‘ena: coastal seabirds, water fowl, forest birds and ground-nesting seabirds.
Basic terminology relating to Hawaiian environments, plants, animals, and areas.
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