There are very few native birds left in Hawaii anymore (at least on this island) - mainly due to the introduction of more aggressive birds species, mongoose, dogs, and cats, as well as loss of habitat.
Lucky for us though, the farm is home to a pair of Hawaiian hawks, an endangered species that only breeds on this island. Their numbers are estimated at 2000-3000.
This pair has nested in one of the mac nut trees every spring for several years; they raise one chick per year. There are two color phases - you can see both in the photos.
But the most noticeable feature is the sounds they make - I think they sound like eagles on helium!
(gnawing on a turkey leg)
(remains of Mrs. Turkey in the background)