Marine Conservation Biology in Hawaii

Mahalo to All…

  Just a quick mahalo (thank you) to all of the conservation professionals and stakeholders who took the time to […]

Monk Seals and Mobile Lectures

Our last two days on Kauai were spent working with NOAAs Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program. The goal was to […]

Do You Know Your Place?

  That was the question that Maka’ala Ka’aumoana asked us when we met her in Hanalei this afternoon.  A noted community […]

Junior Rangers and Boobies

Today marks the third day on Kauai and the first monk seal day. If you have been reading the previous […]

Over the Cliffs and Through the Mud

After getting a chance to relax and recharge during our day off yesterday, our second full day in Kauai was […]

So far, so amazing!

So, we are one week into our Marine Conservation Biology class trip, and we have one week to go. For […]

Honolulu Fish Auction

“Don’t write everything you know, use everything you know to determine what you write”-the first axiom Carl Safina shared today […]

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