Aloha,
you are hearing the call of the native Hawaiian 'apapane (bottom, right). This bird lives on the Big Island of Hawaii with regular visits to our orchards.
The nene, or Hawaiian Goose, is Hawaii's state bird. It is endangered, but in recent years has made a comeback due to noble efforts to save it. The nene visits Tiare Lani Coffee orchards on magical occasions, a breathtaking site to see.
Tiare Lani Coffee orchards are planted on old ranch land surrounded by the natural Hawaiian Rainforests, which shelter many native birds, such as the 'i'iwi, the long billed bird shown here. The i'iwi's bill helps it to better find nectar in the rainforest flowers, shown here. These "lehua" flowers come in red, yellow, orange and pink, but every tree has its own unique shade of color.