The plans for a maintenance project at the Honolulu Museum of Art have been changed to accommodate the many terns that use a tree in the museum's courtyard for nesting. After discovering a newly laid egg, the plan to remove the tree was put on hold. Soon after, more eggs and chicks were found in the tree. By working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the museum has developed a new plan that will protect the eggs and chicks but still allows the tree to be removed. Click here to read a Honolulu Magazine article about this unique situation. The Hui Manu-o-Ku thanks the Honolulu Museum of Art for keeping the official bird of Honolulu safe!