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Net Recovery Patrol

March 6 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

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Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
March 6
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
March 20
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
April 3
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
April 17
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
May 1
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
May 15
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
May 29
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
June 12
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
June 26
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
July 10
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
July 24
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website
Net recovery patrol

Net Recovery Patrol

HWF team and core volunteers will conduct marine debris recovery efforts targeting large debris items, including derelict fishing nets and line bundles, that are especially hazardous to marine wildlife. For first-time volunteers, we’d recommend joining us for a community cleanup first and then checking in with our staff to see if a net patrol is a good fit for you!

Please contact us for more info (www.wildhawaii.org/contact) and check out our website for more opportunities to get involved (with the monthly community cleanup events on the island).┬á If you are visiting the island and would like more tips on being an eco-conscious visitor please check out our BLOG here (https://www.wildhawaii.org/tips-for-the-eco-conscious-traveler/).┬á Mahalo nui for your interest in supporting native wildlife in Hawai’i!

These biweekly net recovery patrols are funded by a competitive grant award from NOAA.  For more information about supporting HWF efforts please visit our website.
Contact Details
  • hawaiiwildlifefund@gmail.com
  • lamson@hawaii.edu

Details

Date:
August 7
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EST
Series:
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.wildhawaii.org/calendar/

Venue

Hawai╩╗i island
PO Box 1801
Kealakekua, HI 96750 United States

Organizer

Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Phone
808-280-8124
Email
wild@aloha.net
View Organizer Website

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