1. Cave, Kalaupapa, Molokaʻi. Sea cave on the north side of the peninsula. Noddy terns nest here. Also known as Ananoio. 2. Island, Keʻanae, Maui. One of two islands near Pauwalu Point. It is the only place on Maui where ʻiwa, or frigate birds, land. Also known as Mokumana. 3. Island, Kailua, Oʻahu. Solitary island at the north end of Kailua Bay that is part of the Hawaiʻi State Seabird Sanctuary. Parts of the island are covered with white guano deposited by roosting seabirds. The guano is visible from a distance and is the origin of the island's name. Also known as Black Rock, Mokolea Island.