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Local Shark Scientists Explain Why There Are So Many Shark Attacks in Hawai‘i

Hawai‘i’s shark researchers are some of the world’s best. Here’s what they say about our recent spike of shark attacks.
2016.02.03 06:49 PM

16 Fascinating Facts About Sharks in Hawaii Every Local Should Know

In honor of Shark Week, here are 16 facts you may not know about sharks in Hawaii.
2014.08.13 05:02 PM

Return of the Nene in Hawaii?

Centuries after going extinct on Oahu, the Hawaiian goose is back—maybe.
2014.06.09 10:16 AM

Great White Sharks in Hawaii? More Likely Than You Think

Research reveals great white sharks’ swim patterns include the Hawaiian Islands.
2013.02.27 06:00 AM

911 for the Life Aquatic: Hawaii’s Marine Mammal Response Network

For dolphins, whales or seals in bad situations, Hawaii’s Marine Mammal Response Network knows just what to do.
2012.11.07 11:54 AM

The Bird Scarers of Honolulu International Airport

How a handful of Wildlife Services officers with a mixed bag of tricks safeguards aviation at Honolulu International Airport.
2012.04.03 06:00 AM

Millerbirds on Laysan Island

Nest Building: A Northwestern Hawaiian Island is getting back the birds it lost almost 100 years ago.
2012.02.07 09:13 AM

The First Hawaiians: Native Plants

These plants, many found nowhere else in the world, welcomed the first Hawaiians to their new home and became essential in everyday life.
2012.02.03 09:33 AM

The Opihi Shellfish Story

What’s going on underneath those shells? From gastronomy to conservation to evolutionary biology, we pry the secrets out of these little limpets.
2011.11.07 08:00 AM

On the Move

Nene are doing so well on Kauai, some may be moved to help repopulate other islands.
2010.04.29 04:07 PM