Friday, August 10, 2012

HIMB Research Cruise to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

Birds come back to nest on Tern Island.
Tern Island. Photo C. WienerAloha,

Want to go on a cruise to the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands? Not a problem - for the next couple of weeks you can follow along with HIMB researchers via an active blog.

and check out the Expedition Logs. They are updated several times a week. The neat thing about the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands is that there is so much life, and more being discovered all the time. It is so great that they are protected, a part of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument

For a good entry log - see the August 5th entry: BIRD IS THE WORD

Or JOIN Them TONIGHT at 5 pm on Hawaii's Tomorrow 760 AM for a live call in from the Hiialakai ship at Pearl and Hermes Atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. We will also be continuing our monthly spot on talk radio show Hawaii's Tomorrow 760 AM this coming Wednesday August 15th at 5 pm. You can tune in on your drive home from work or listen as it streams live at

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