Koke‘e Nature Trail trampled Easter weekend

  • Chris Faye / Special to The Garden Island

    Minimal damage was found after Sunday’s Easter egg hunt at the nature trail behind Koke‘e Museum.

  • Chris Faye / Special to The Garden Island

    Instructional signs are placed in front of a nature trail behind Koke‘e Museum.

  • Chris Faye / Special to The Garden Island

    New palapalae fern has grown on parts of the nature trail behind Koke‘e Museum. The fragile plant could be at risk of being trampled by hikers or explorers.

  • Chris Faye / Special to The Garden Island

    The newly-planted olapa with a border was kicked around during a Easter egg hunt Sunday at a nature trail behind Koke‘e Museum.

KOKEE — Easter celebrations in Koke‘e State Park over the weekend left native plants destroyed along a trail that runs behind the Koke‘e Museum.

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