Martin Frye-Upcountry, Maui
These are the typical dawn sounds of Kokomo, "Upcountry," Maui.
Some birds we may hear on this stream:
Acridotheres tristis | Common myna
Asio flammeus sandwichensis | Pueo, Hawaiian short-eared owl
Bubulcus ibis| Cattle egret
Branta sandvicensis | Nēnē, Hawaiian goose
Cardinalis cardinalis | Nothern cardinal
Estrilda astrild | Common waxbill
Francolinus francolinus | Black francolin
Gallus gallus | Jungle fowl
Garrulax canorus | Chinese hwamei
Geopelia striata | Zebra dove
Haemorhous mexicanus | House finch
Lonchura atricapilla | Chestnut munia
Lonchura oryzivora | Java sparrow
Paroaria coronata | Red-crested cardinal
Pluvialis fulva | Kolea, Pacific golden plover
Spilopelia chinensis | Spotted dove
Tyto alba | Barn owl
Zosterops japonicus | Mejiro, aka Warbling white-eye
"Kokomo. Village, Haʻi-kū qd., Maui; said to have been originally Koa-komo, lit., koa tree entering."
Mary Kawena Pukui, Samuel Hoyt Elbert and Esther T. Mookini (2004). Place Names of Hawai'i. University of Hawaii Press
From Wikipedia: Contrary to popular belief, the Beach Boys' 1988 single of the same name is not based on this Hawaiian community; the song's lyrics refer instead to a fictional island near the Florida Keys.