Several ISW readers emailed about the latest in Hawaii's coqui (Eleutherdactylus coqui) saga. CNN is reporting that the mayor of Hawaii County, Harry Kim, has asked the state for $2 million in funding to implement a management plan to deal with the noisy amphibians. He is also planning to repeat a request to the Governor of Hawaii to declare a state of emergency over the frog infestation, which would make it easier to get funding. Mayor Kim previously declared a state of emergency for his county last April. You can read more about the coqui from the ISW by clicking here.