Marine Conservation Biology in Hawaii

Oahu (Mon., 1/19/09): Albatross, Monk Seals, and Whales at Ka’ena Point- video
by -- January 25th, 2009

Today we spent the day hiking out to Ka’ena Point in the Northwestern corner of Oahu. While we helped band Laysan Albatross, Humpback Whales breached offshore and an endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal crawled onto the rocks to sunbathe. Not a bad day in paradise!

2 Comments

  1. David Palange
    Dec 9, 2009

    It’s looking beautiful out there. Thanks for sharing clips of the albatross. Looks like you have the Flip cam down. I tried using mine to capture the sledding action at the Nich school last week and my shots were all over the place (see http://www.nicholas.duke.edu/insider/trenches/davidsblog/snow-days/).

  2. Lisa Poser
    Dec 9, 2009

    Looks like you’re doing some hard work over there Wendy 😉 Keep up the great work. How does it feel to be a “real” CEM???

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