Monthly Archives: June 2020

We Need More Geckos!

Two species of Hawaiian geckos

Hawaii is a truly magical place, and our little piece of paradise here at Paradise Meadows is a beautiful tropical rainforest. But there is one thing that tropical rainforests like ours have too much of. Bugs. We are, however, blessed with a totally organic, sustainable method of pest control in the form of tiny lizards called geckos.

The Great Muscovy Duck Egg Hunt at Paradise Meadows

Muscovy duck mommies and duckling

At Paradise Meadows, home of Hawaii’s Local Buzz, we have 28 free-range Muscovy ducks. They are (or can be) great farm animals, eating all sorts of bugs, slugs, snails, and even invasive Coqui frogs when they can find them. However, there can easily be too much of a good thing. One thing you learn relatively […]