Goats at Kiholo

Two goat kids playing at Kiholo, Hawaii
A goat and her kid at Kiholo, Hawaii

There are no shortage of goats at Kiholo and it doesn’t look like their numbers will be dwindling any time soon. On my last visit these two kids caught my eye with their typically rambunctious behavior. Mom, in the middle photo, looked singularly unimpressed.

Two goat kids playing at Kiholo, Hawaii

11 thoughts on “Goats at Kiholo

  1. SandyL

    Are these feral goats Graham? or do the owners just let them loose and collect them later? Seem like it’d be dangerous to plant life if the goats aren’t monitored somehow.

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    1. Graham Post author

      These are feral goats and there are a lot of them on the island. You’re right that they can play havoc with plant life. A lot of areas get fenced to keep them out, particularly where rare plants grow or where plants eaten by endangered species grow.

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