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Roosters in Diamond Head?

Like so many people looking to get in on New Year’s resolutions, I’ve been waking up early to squeeze in an early morning jog. One thing I don’t recall hearing in 2011 were roosters in Diamond Head…

The first time I heard them a week or two ago, I thought I was hearing something. It must have been coming from the Honolulu Zoo? Today was the 3rd of 4th time I’ve heard them now on my morning jog (when it is still dark outside). Now that I’ve honed in on the noise, it appears to be coming from the City and County’s nursery area just on the mauka (mountain) side of Kapiolani Park.


City and County of Honolulu’s Nursery View Larger Map

There’s actually a home for sale that is adjacent to the area. It’s been on the market for awhile, however, I feel it is a great value and now it appears to have its own “alarm clock” nearby…

Diamond Head home for sale (MLS# 1109847) with morning roosters nearby…

Now, how many other Realtors do you know that wake up in Diamond Head and hear roosters? This is one of many reasons to work with a local Realtor to know what’s going on in your community…

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Tara Kelly

January 29, 2012

Love the Roosters, reminds me of Kauai….

Tara Kelly

January 29, 2012

Love the Roosters, reminds me of Kauai….

Sandra Sagisi

February 2, 2012

David, I grew up with roosters on Kauai. I must say, this one is one of the most beautiful roosters I have seen. When recently on Kauai, I saw a one legged, fiesty rooster that looked like a puppy. It moved so fast, I couldn’t take a photo.
Looks like your rooster loves photo ops.

Jennifer Ho

February 5, 2015

We like chickens, wild and domestic. My husband grew up on Oahu and attributes the loss of a leg or foot to rats that bite them where they roost at night. Mongoose also attack birds, but since they are daytime hunters, usually the chickens can get away if not in a pen, and there arent supposed to be mongoose on beautiful Kauai, (we’re on beautiful Hawaii)

Sandra Sagisi

February 2, 2012

David, I grew up with roosters on Kauai. I must say, this one is one of the most beautiful roosters I have seen. When recently on Kauai, I saw a one legged, fiesty rooster that looked like a puppy. It moved so fast, I couldn’t take a photo.
Looks like your rooster loves photo ops.

Jennifer Ho

February 5, 2015

We like chickens, wild and domestic. My husband grew up on Oahu and attributes the loss of a leg or foot to rats that bite them where they roost at night. Mongoose also attack birds, but since they are daytime hunters, usually the chickens can get away if not in a pen, and there arent supposed to be mongoose on beautiful Kauai, (we’re on beautiful Hawaii)

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