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Underwater Gopro vs Eyeofmine Aquarium Waterproof housing test Blue Jack Dempsey

Testing out my Gopro in my fish tank against an Eyeofmine standard flat lens waterproof housing. Im going to Kauai, Hawaii this summer and will be doing a lot of snorkeling and wanted to take my Gopro for capturing fish underwater while I snorkel. Eyeofmine housing is my choice and it tested out great with my 55g Fish tank of Electric Blue Jack Dempsey cichlids and other freshwater community fish. Gopro Hero 2 1080p Medium 127 degree view settings.

CREATING THEIR PARK at the Hawaii Island Humane Society

CREATING THEIR PARK documents Fort Funston, a popular off-leash dog park in the San Francisco Bay Area. This video was conceived and developed as a planning tool for the Hawaii Island Humane Society’s new Animal Community Center on the Big Island by dog owner/lover Diane Heiman. It was produced by SCHWEEN.TV, directed by Diane Heiman and Tom Schween, shot by Chris Tipton-King, and edited by Tom Schween.

Dr. Dressler of South Shore Vet Care talks about health tips for our Senior Dogs and Pets

sitmeanssithawaii.com Dr Demian Dressler of South Shore Vet Care in Kihei Hawaii, brings us up to speed about our Senior pets and shares a few health tips that can extend their life span. Give them a call at South Shore Vet Care 808 874 3422 for a health check and see how you might be able help your dog maintain a long and healthy life. Interested in seeing what our dog training program is all about…..Give us a call for a Free Demo with your dog. 808 283 DOGS (3647) Aloha, Scott www.SitMeansSitHawaii.com We proudly support httpAloha & Enjoy Sit Means Sit Hawaii Give your local Sit Means Sit location a call today to see what they can do for you and your dog. 1 800 748 6748 To learn to become a dog trainer and start your dog training career see: franchise.sitmeanssit.com Sit Means Sit is The Largest and most successful US based dog training company in the history of the United States:

Shear Magic Pet Salon

Shear Magic Pet Salon is Hawaii’s Own Professional Pet Salon providing your pets with safe all natural products professionally grooming your special pets to your specifications. We take pride in our work as we compete and place in grooming competitions nationally bringing our specialties to the Big Island of Hawaii. Give us a call (808) 935-5630 or visit us on facebook www.facebook.com www.shearmagicpetsalon.com

Rubble the Hotel Cat

The Dolphin Bay Hotel in Hilo, Hawaii has its very own cats that will visit you at night! This one was named Rubble. If you listen closely, you can hear lots of frog noises in the background. This is part of the Adventures in Hawaii series: www.youtube.com Join the Zack Scott Fun Club! www.youtube.com Follow me on Twitter twitter.com Friend me on Facebook www.facebook.com Take photos with me: www.dailybooth.com

Hawaii Vacation: Ep.3 Dove eating bread in Oahu Hawaii pt 1

Pigeons and doves constitute the bird family Columbidae within the order Columbiformes, which include some 300 species of near passerines. In general terms “dove” and “pigeon” are used somewhat interchangeably. In ornithological practice, there is a tendency for “dove” to be used for smaller species and “pigeon” for larger ones, but this is in no way consistently applied, and historically the common names for these birds involve a great deal of variation between the terms “dove” and “pigeon.” This family occurs worldwide, but the greatest variety is in the Indomalaya and Australasia ecozones. Young doves and pigeons are called “squabs.” Pigeons and doves are stout-bodied birds with short necks, and have short slender bills with a fleshy cere. The species commonly referred to just as “pigeon” is the feral Rock Pigeon, common in many cities. Doves and pigeons build relatively flimsy nests from sticks and other debris, which may be placed in trees, on ledges or on the ground, depending on species. They lay one or two eggs, and both parents care for the young, which leave the nest after 7 to 28 days. Doves feed on seeds, fruit and plants. Unlike most other birds (but see flamingo), the doves and pigeons produce “crop milk”, which is secreted by a sloughing of fluid-filled cells from the lining of the crop. Both sexes produce this highly nutritious substance to feed to the young. Pigeons and doves exhibit considerable variations in size. The largest species are the crowned