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Albatross eggs flown from Kauai to Oahu in attempt to start new North Shore colony

posted by: Meghan Miner on Thu Dec 18, 2014 at 11:21 AM A unique joint project between the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Pacific Rim Conservation seeks to simultaneously disband a colony of Laysan albatross causing navigational hazards on Kauai, and establish a brand new colony of the bird on Oahu’s North Shore.   More
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Flight Risk: Saving Kauai's endangered Newell's shearwaters

posted by: Kim Steutermann Rogers on Tue Dec 16, 2014 at 09:18 AM The Newell’s shearwater once nested in high elevations throughout the Hawaiian Island chain. These days, mating pairs of the endemic-to-Hawai‘i bird are found mostly on Kaua‘i, where government, business and public efforts to save the endangered species are underway.   More
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Lava Tree State Monument on Hawaii Island, closed since August, to reopen

posted by: Meghan Miner on Tue Dec 09, 2014 at 09:35 AM Lava Tree State Monument, a Hawaii state park showcasing tree casts formed in a historical lava flow, reopened yesterday after a months-long closure. The small park is not far from the town of Pahoa and Kilauea’s ongoing active lava flow.   More
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Hawaii illustrator named official artist of the 2015 National Cherry Blossom Festival

posted by: Meghan Miner on Tue Dec 02, 2014 at 01:01 PM There’ll be a little bit more of Hawaii in Washington, D.C. this spring. Hawaii Island-based illustrator Jing Jing Tsong was chosen as the official artist of the 2015 National Cherry Blossom Festival. Her artwork will adorn popular festival collectors' items when the event kicks off next March.  More
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Kilauea volcano lava flow claims first house on Hawaii Island

posted by: Meghan Miner on Tue Nov 11, 2014 at 04:25 PM A lava flow from Kilauea volcano that has been slowly advancing toward the Puna district town of Pahoa for nearly three months claimed its first residential home yesterday. There is no immediate threat to other area properties as the flow continues its gradual move forward.  More
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Kilauea volcano lava flow picks up speed, poised to cross Pahoa town road on Hawaii Island

posted by: Meghan Miner on Fri Oct 24, 2014 at 12:03 PM A lava flow from Kilauea volcano, advancing toward the Puna district town of Pahoa, quickened in speed over the past 48 hours placing it 450 feet from an area road this afternoon. Sole area access routes to the rest of Hawaii Island are also threatened.  More
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Andrew Rossiter: 5 Things I Love About Waikiki Aquarium

posted by: Chris Oliver on Mon Oct 20, 2014 at 01:25 PM Waikiki Aquarium director Andrew Rossiter talks about the five things he loves about his oceanside workplace—the second-longest-operating public aquarium in the United States, celebrating its 110th birthday this year.  More
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Updated: Hurricane Ana now expected to bypass Hawaiian Islands

posted by: Meghan Miner on Fri Oct 17, 2014 at 05:43 PM The Hawaiian Islands are watching the path of Hurricane Ana this weekend. Ana is expected to pass 175 miles southwest of the Islands—inclement weather has been forecasted and several event cancellations have been announced.  More
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Rob Pacheco: 5 Things I Love About Hiking Hawaii Island

posted by: Catherine E. Toth on Wed Oct 08, 2014 at 01:44 PM The founder and owner of Hawaii Island eco-adventure outfitter Hawaii Forest & Trail talks about the five things he loves about hiking and leading hikes on his home island. Among them? Lava and stories of the landscape.  More
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Top 5 favorite Hawaii parks

posted by: Meghan Miner on Tue Oct 07, 2014 at 12:45 PM We asked our HAWAII Magazine Facebook reader ohana to answer the question: "What's your favorite Hawaii park?" Here are their Top 5 picks from across the state.  More
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Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument now largest marine reserve in the world

posted by: Meghan Miner on Thu Oct 02, 2014 at 03:21 PM President Barack Obama signed a proclamation expanding the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument last week, making it six times larger than its original size. The area, south and west of the main Hawaiian Islands, is now the world’s largest marine reserve.  More
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Forest for the Trees: Planting your own koa tree on Hawaii Island

posted by: Catherine E. Toth on Tue Sep 30, 2014 at 12:58 PM A Hawaii Island company is working to permanently restore the native koa 
forests that once dominated the northeast slopes of Mauna Kea volcano 
while simultaneously creating a profitable koa timber business. And it’s 
doing it one koa tree at a time.   More
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Cloud Dancing: Hiking Haleakala National Park's Sliding Sands Keoneheehee Trail

posted by: Maureen O'Connell on Fri Sep 26, 2014 at 11:17 AM The weather can change in a matter of minutes on a hike at the alpine summit of Haleakalā volcano. But the natural wonders awaiting hikers on its popular Sliding Sands Trail are well worth whatever conditions Mother Nature chooses to present.  More
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Hawaii national parks offering free entry, volunteer opportunities on National Public Lands Day, Sept. 27

posted by: Meghan Miner on Thu Sep 25, 2014 at 10:14 AM Get back and give back to nature this Saturday! Three Hawaii national parks that regularly charge admission, are waiving entry fees for National Public Lands Day on Sept. 27. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is hosting a hike and volunteer cleanups.   More
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Humpbacks are back! First spotting off Kauai marks the start of Hawaii’s 2014-15 whale-watching season.

posted by: Meghan Miner on Mon Sep 22, 2014 at 11:34 AM The first confirmed humpback whale of the season was sighted off Kauai last week. The sighting officially kicks off Hawaii’s 2014-15 whale-watching season.  More
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