Posted by: preservehawaii | October 5, 2009

Spotlight: Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund

The Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund deals with the fragile ecosystem that rings the islands of Maui and Hawaiʻi Island, and the creatures that live there—like the endangered hawksbill sea turtles, which break away from familiar waters to make soft nests in the powdery sands of their birth. Or the Hawaiian monk seals, which regularly lumber their way onto shore to rest among sunbathers of a different species.

The Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund folks are educators, conservationists, researchers, naturalists, communities, donors, and especially volunteers. While based on Maui and Hawaiʻi Island, they also join their allies on other islands for various other projects. See their website for the many ways you can join their efforts! www.wildhawaii.org And check back here to find out what’s happening on their shores this month …

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