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New Volunteer Orientation Class

You can help in the preservation, recovery and stewardship of Hawaii’s endangered and threatened marine species.

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April 2017 Activity Update

The work of Hawaii Marine Mammal Alliance builds on a legacy of support for Hawaii’s endangered and threatened marine species, field response, monitoring and assessment activity, stranding support, educational outreach and community involvement that began in 2008. Examples of our work during the past year includes: Hawaiian monk seal sightings recorded by our Dispatch &

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How We’re Hurting Endangered Monk Seals

JULY 19, 2016 · By Nathan Eagle read the full article at Civil Beat Nihoa had a bad week. First it was a startling mylar balloon that was blowing down the beach on Oahu’s North Shore. Then a 25-foot boat unexpectedly came ashore after breaking its mooring. To top it off, she had to bite an off-leash dog

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