What Are Coqui Frogs?
Coqui frogs are small (about the size of a quarter) tree frogs native to Puerto Rico, where they are much loved for their mating call (ko-KEE). In Hawaii, they are an invasive species introduced to … Learn more.
Why They Are a Problem
Coqui frogs have been making their way to Waimea for a number of years, usually in plants or gardening supplies, on vehicles and building materials. "Drop-offs" often go undetected in Waimea's cooler … Learn more.
What You Can Do About It
(Check out volunteer opportunities) Prevention first. Then listen, locate and eliminate. Prevention: Most frogs arrive on a vehicle, plant or building material. Park away from vegetation when … Learn more.