This stern little floof is none other than a white tern chick! 

Also known as fairy terns, or manu-o-kū in Hawaiian, these small birds breed throughout Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. They’re one of the 22 species of seabirds that breed and nest in the monument! 

Unlike most other seabirds, adult white terns don’t build a nest; instead, they find a suitable spot on a tree branch, rock ledge, or other surface and lay their egg there. 

(Photo: Koa Matsuoka)


Bob Marley Mausoleum (Nine Miles, St. Ann: Jamaica) tour takes you through the house Bob lived in and the final resting place of Robert Nesta Marley. You will get to stand on ‘Mount Zion Rock’ where Bob used to meditate and rest his head on “the pillow” made famous in the song ‘Talking Blues’. Finally, walk through the mausoleum, which is the final resting place of the King of Reggae.