Located on the Windward side of O‘ahu, Ka’ōhao Beach is most commonly known as the misnomer “Lanikai” - this grammatically incorrect name was invented in the 1920’s
Pictured here are Nā Mokulua - two islets located just off the coast of Ka’ōhao. They are part of the Hawai‘i State Seabird Sanctuary. Both islets are home to ‘Ua‘u Kani (Wedge-tailed Shearwaters) for nesting.
The plant represented on this card is Pōhuehue which is an indigenous prostrate vine seen growing on Ka’ōhao sand dunes
This pin is part of our stamp collection.
⁂ Details ⁂
∙ 1.5” Hard enamel pin
∙ Shiny gold finish.
∙ Double-post pin back
∙ Gold pinch-clasps or upgrade to *Deluxe Gold locking clasps
∙ Logo backstamp
∙ Fully illustrated double-sided backing card
∙ Original Illustration by Chloé Selarque
Notice : Pins are sharp/have small parts & are not intended for children. Please be aware of your safety and those around you. Pins are individually made by hand so some irregularity can be expected - no two pins are ~exactly~ the same.
*Deluxe Gold locking clasps are an excellent choice for those wanting extra security - the locking clasp keeps your pin in place and won’t accidentally fall off. No more lost pins! To open: lift top lip up to release clasp.