Great write-up by Audubon Magazine on the challenges and successes of the ‘Alalā Recovery Project https://www.audubon.org/news/reintroduced-hawaiian-crows-are-learning-how-live-wild?fbclid=IwAR38PVZ0Rp4I4lYxyfeNJtMVeiwv1BJnAWlCVSSca7ai9FWLtXDRc2kmWxs

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Reintroduced Hawaiian Crows Are Learning How to Live in the Wild

Extinct in their natural habitat for two decades, a small population of ’Alalā are starting to forage, mate, and nest on their own.

How Prepared For Disaster Are We? - The Year Of The Waikoloa Radial Eruption of Mauna Loa, and the Carrington Event I TAKE A LOOK BACK 160 YEARS AGO September is National Preparedness Month, so let us talk about one particular year where two major natural disasters overlapped on Hawaii Island; th... View Post

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Highway 132 Independent Temperature Survey, Thermal Drone & Ground Imagery https://youtu.be/KqqMfXlV7F4

What Is Changing With County Building Codes With The New Energy Code? Statement by Hawaii County Department of Public Works: "Given that Hawai‘i has the highest energy costs in the nation, the State has set ambitious goals to reduce electricity consumption by 2030 and use 100 percent clean e... View Post

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The Cool Future of Home Design! (feat. Da Braddahs)

Smart Girl takes Pocho and Tundah on a hilarious tour around a new Hawaii home to learn about the latest building codes! Learn more about Hawaii’s latest…

Highway 132 Recovery Delays Due To High Temperatures - Why It Matters Bulldozers broke ground for Highway 132 on June 10th, 2019 to reestablish over three miles of roadway from lava flows from the 2018 Kilauea Eruption. There are two sections of Highway 132 each covered by lava flows over 1.5 mi... View Post

A Shooting, Robbery, then Stolen County Truck Rams 6 Cars in an Intersection in Kona. Kona Man in Arrested. Official Timeline: South Hilo patrol officers responded this morning to an 8:19 a.m call of a possibly mentally unstable male at a hotel on Banyan Drive in Hilo. The reporting party sta... View Post

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Latest From USGS-HVO On The Pond In Halema'uma'u Crater "The water level continues to slowly rise in Halema‘uma‘u, drowning many of the small rocks that were previously exposed in the center of the pond. Ripples across the water surface were evident today. The color of the water ranged from semi-... View Post

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