The coqui crew will be working evenings this week from Monday through Thursday.
A very very big mahalo to the Senior class of Seabury Hall and their advisors. They spent last Friday helping remove coqui habitat so the crew can start to make headway on an area that has been infested with coqui for years.
The coqui crew will be working evenings this week Mon, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Firday the crew will be working the Seabury Hall senior class removing coqui habitat. Thanks gang!
Crews responded to a report of a coqui frog in North Kīhei the evening of Monday, July 8th. Astute neighbors called to report what sounded like a coqui and the MISC crew confirmed and controlled it yesterday evening.
If you think you hear a coqui, check out the Got Coqui? page on this site to hear recordings. Call us at 573-6472 or fill out the online report form.
Coqui often hitch a ride in potted plants. To make sure you are not bringing home a coqui get your plants from a Certified Coqui-free Business.
The crew will be working Monday through Wednesday this week, primarily in the upper portion of Maliko Gulch. The warm wet weather means plenty of coqui frogs and the reports and have been coming in in droves! You can help us stay focused on addressing the infestation in Maliko Gulch by doing your own control. If you have coqui on your property contact MISC via phone, 573-6472, or via this online reporting form. We can add you to the schedule or give you citric for immediate results. And as always, be sure you are not bringing home contaminated plant material–buy landscaping plants from certifiied coqui-free retailers.
The coqui crew will be working during the daytime 7:30am to 4:00pm Tuesday through Thursday this week. Crews will be controlling banana bunchy top virus around the island. They will be back to controlling coqui next week as usual.
This week the coqui crew will be working primarily in residential areas including Kihei, Wailea, and Haiku.
The coqui crew will be working in the upper section of Maliko gulch this week. They successfully mopped up populations around Maliko Bay that appeared following February flooding. They will be working noon to 10:30pm Monday through Thursday.
The coqui crew will be working in Maliko Gulch this week, April 29th from noon to 10:30 Monday through Thursday.
This week, May 22, the coqui crew will be working in Haiku from 12pm-10:30pm Monday through Thursday.