Renew your subscription
East // East Oahu News
MidWeek Staff

Hanauma March Talks Are About Megafauna

Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve’s free public lectures for March are by graduate students researching “Charismatic Megafauna.”

The programs begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays in the park’s Cynthia M. Bond Memorial Theater:

March 7 – “Variations in Songs of Humpback Whales Wintering in the Northwestern and Main Hawaiian Islands” by Jessica Chen, UH Manoa and Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology

March 14 – “Hawaiian Islands Dolphin Smart Program” by Laura McCue, contractor with NOAAPIRO-Protected Resources and Hawaii Dolphin Smart program coordinator

March 21 – “Marine Mammal Strandings in Hawaii: What is the Process” by Kristi West, HPU assistant biology professor and David Schofield, regional Marine Mammal Health and Response program manager, NOAA-PIRO-Protected Species

March 28 – “Acoustically Quantifying Ecological Effects of Underwater Detonations in Military Training Areas with Implications for Conservation” by Lee H. Shannon, UHM/HIMB Biology Department.

Call the UH Sea Grant Hanauma Bay Education Program at 397-5840.

MidWeek Newsletter
2013-2014 Ilima Awards