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- 08/24/18 – “OPERATION SNAIL BAIL” MOVES 2000 RARE HAWAIIAN SNAILS TO SAFETY (Honolulu) – Late yesterday, four members of the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife’s (DOFAW) Snail Extinction Prevention Program transferred 2,000 rare Hawaiian snails from a temporary structure at Kawainui Marsh to DLNR’s main administrative offices at the Kalanimoku Building in downtown Honolulu.
- 08/22/18 – Hawaiʻi Historic Places Review Board meeting is cancelled for August 24, 2018ATTENTION: Hawaiʻi Historic Places Review Board meeting is cancelled for August 24, 2018. Due to Hurricane Lane, the Library Research Request form will be inactive until further notice. Please contact the SHPD office at 808-692-8015 with any questions.
- 08/22/18 – LĀNAʻI MOUFLON HUNT CANCELLED DUE TO IMPENDING ARRIVAL OF HURRICANE(Honolulu) – In advance of Tropical Cyclone Lane, The Hawai‘i Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Division of Forestry and Wildlife has cancelled the Lānaʻi mouflon hunt scheduled for August 25 -26, 2018.
- 08/21/18 – DLNR ANNOUNCES CLOSURES AND CANCELLATIONS DUE TO IMPENDING ARRIVAL OF HURRICANE LANE (Honolulu) – The Hawai‘i Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) and its divisions are closing various properties in advance of Hurricane Lane. The regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR), set for Friday, August 24th has been postponed.
- 08/20/18 – AFTER 32 YEARS, NATIVE HAWAIIANS RETURN KOHOLĀ TO KANALOA KAHOʻOLAWE (Honolulu) - The saga of a juvenile koholā (humpback whale) that began in January 1986 when it stranded on the shore of Kūheia on the island of Kanaloa Kahoʻoawe, came to a meaningful closing on August 15, 2018 (Kūpau Moon).
- 08/20/18 – WILDFIRE LOOKOUT! CAMPAIGN ENTERS ITS THIRD YEAR(HONOLULU) – More than 30 government and non-government organizations from across the state launched the 2018 Wildfire LOOKOUT! campaign this week to raise awareness about the threat of wildfire to Hawaii’s natural resources as well as private and public property. This comes on the heels of a series of wildfires across the state over the past few weeks.
- 08/20/18 – FINAL MONITORING REPORT ISSUED ON LEHUA RESTORATION PROJECT(Honolulu) -The National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) of the US Department of Agriculture has provided the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) with a final report of its monitoring efforts relating to the presence of diphacinone, an anticoagulant rodenticide, used as part of an effort to restore native species habitat on Lehua Island. The multi-feed bait containing the rodenticide was applied to the island in August and September 2017. This is an attempt to eradicate invasive rats from the island and increase reproductive success for native birds and plants.
- 08/16/18 – KA‘IWA RIDGE “PILLBOX HIKE” TRAIL TO REOPEN AUG. 20 AFTER 60 DAY CLOSUREHONOLULU—The Ka‘iwa Ridge or “Lanikai Pillbox” hike will re-open on Monday, August 20 after a 60-day closure to rehabilitate the two observation stations, commonly called “pillboxes.” DLNR requests the cooperation of hikers to not prematurely hike the closed trail while final work is still being completed this weekend.
- 08/16/18 – MANOA FALLS TRAIL TO CLOSE 3 DAYS FOR ROCKFALL MITIGATION SURVEY(HONOLULU) - The Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW), will close the Manoa Falls Trail next week to conduct a rockfall mitigation survey on August 20, 21, and 22. The survey, conducted by DLNR and AECOM, will assess and document potential hazards within the falls viewing area.
- 08/10/18 – PAVING PROJECTS SCHEDULED AT TWO O‘AHU STATE PARKSHONOLULU -- Road and parking lot paving projects are scheduled at two O‘ahu state parks this month, as part of regular parks maintenance work. Starting next week, Monday August 13 through Monday August 20, Nu‘uanu Pali State Wayside will be closed, due to paving of the vehicle parking lot, followed by pavement curing and striping. Gates along the park access roads will be locked on both sides of the Pali highway, therefore there will be no vehicle access to the lookout. If the project is completed prior to August 20, the park will reopen earlier.