Io Lani: The Hawaiian Hawk
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80pp. April 2014
Io Lani: The Hawaiian Hawk
Author: Chillingworth, William S.; Culliney, John L.; Napoka, Nathan; Photographer: Chillingworth, William S.;
Winner of the 2015 Ka Palapala Po‘okela Award of Excellence in Illustrative or Photographic Books

A symbol of Hawaiian royalty—indomitable, swift, strong, and fierce—‘io, the Hawaiian hawk, Buteo solitarius, also represents a Hawai‘i that has remained unchanged from its earliest days of wild splendor. Blown from their customary migratory rout
Distributed for William S. Chillingworth
Author: Chillingworth, William S.; Culliney, John L.; Napoka, Nathan; Photographer: Chillingworth, William S.;
William S. Chillingworth lives in North Kohala on the island of Hawai‘i and is descended from Native Hawaiian planters and bird catchers whose ancestral home was in the ahupua‘a of Kamae‘e on the Hāmākua coast north of Hilo.

John L. C



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