#4474 – 2010 44c Nature of America: Hawaiian Rain Forest

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2010 44¢ Hawaiian Rain Forest

Issue Date: September 1, 2010

City: Hilo, HI


The Hawaiian rainforest was featured in the 12th and final pane in the Nature of America series.  Tropical rainforests cover more than 2,500 square miles of the Hawaiian Islands.  The region has tremendous biodiversity, and designer John Dawson, who created the art for the rest of the series, included 24 separate species.  Rainforests experience extremely high amounts of rainfall, and few places are wetter than Hawaii’s forests.  The slopes of Mount Waialeale get about 426 inches of rain per year – with a record of 683 inches in 1982.  That’s nearly 57 feet of precipitation in a year, making it the rainiest place on Earth.

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2010 44¢ Hawaiian Rain Forest

Issue Date: September 1, 2010

City: Hilo, HI


The Hawaiian rainforest was featured in the 12th and final pane in the Nature of America series.  Tropical rainforests cover more than 2,500 square miles of the Hawaiian Islands.  The region has tremendous biodiversity, and designer John Dawson, who created the art for the rest of the series, included 24 separate species.  Rainforests experience extremely high amounts of rainfall, and few places are wetter than Hawaii’s forests.  The slopes of Mount Waialeale get about 426 inches of rain per year – with a record of 683 inches in 1982.  That’s nearly 57 feet of precipitation in a year, making it the rainiest place on Earth.