Marine Conservation Biology in Hawaii

Aloha ‘Aina

  Aloha ʻĀina refers to a sense of place, a central concept in Hawaiian culture. A connection to a particular […]

Day Ten – The riches of deep seawater

  On day 10, we experienced the Hawaii Ocean Science and Technology Park which is administered by National Energy Laboratory Hawaii […]

Day 9 – The Alala, the bird with the big voice

  On Thursday morning we made our way to Volcanoes National Park to meet with Lea Ka’aha’aina, the education and […]

Day Nine – Snorkeling at Two Steps

After spending the morning in the forest, it was time to get in the water! We went snorkeling at Honauanu Bay, […]

Day 8, Part II: Kalaemano o Kaʻupulehu

  On Wednesday afternoon, we visited the Kalaemanō Interpretive Center, where we were fortunate to speak with two native Hawaiian […]

Day Eight – Morning: Up close and personal with Dolphin Quest

  This morning we visited Dolphin Quest Hawaii, located at the Hilton Waikoloa Village North of Kona. We had been […]

Day Seven – Into the Forest We Go

Today we embarked on a terrestrial expedition to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. This was quite a change of speed from yesterday’s […]

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