There are many different birds on the Hawaiian Islands, but I am told told that there are no pelicans. However, on a beach in Kapa’a, Kauai (near Lydgate Park)—I saw a large piece of driftwood that looked a lot like a pelican to me.
A true work of art sitting in the wet sand, the driftwood was either carved by a human or slowly formed into this shape over time by Mother Nature. I guess I will never know for sure. Regardless, the wooden bird was quite a beautiful sight.
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