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- 04/27/23 – REDEVELOPMENT OF BANYAN DRIVE MAY TAKE A STEP FORWARD TOMORROW(HONOLULU) – On Friday, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) will decide whether to approve the selection of Banyan Drive Management LLC (BDM) to conduct a $20 million dollar renovation of the former Country Club Condominiums complex. It is one of six buildings on state-owned land, along iconic Banyan Drive in Hilo.
- 04/26/23 – DOCARE OFFICERS CONDUCT O‘AHU-WIDE ENFORCEMENT OF FISHING NET REGULATIONS(HONOLULU) – Over the past month, more than a dozen small-eye throw nets have been confiscated by officers from the Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) O‘ahu Branch.
- 04/22/23 – EARTH DAY VOLUNTEERS HELP CLEANUP OʻAHU STATE PARK(SAND ISLAND STATE RECREATION AREA, OʻAHU) – Saturday morning, more than four dozen people helped the DLNR Division of State Parks (DSP) conduct an Earth Day cleanup. Volunteers showed up to help enhance areas around the Sand Island State Recreation Area roadway, clean up the shoreline, and learn about the impacts of single-use plastics and marine debris.
- 04/22/23 – DOCARE BEGINS AROUND-THE-CLOCK PRESENCE FOR MONK SEALS AT KAIMANA BEACH(WAIKĪKĪ, O‘AHU) – Mother monk seal, Kaiwi, and her pup spent an hour and forty minutes in the water off Kaimana Beach this morning. This is the third day, since the pup’s birth, the pair have taken to the ocean.
- 04/18/23 – CAT FEEDING PROTEST RESULTS IN TWO CITATIONS FOR ILLEGAL TAKE OF NĒNĒ(WAIKOLOA, HAWAI‘I) – Two women were cited by officers from the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources (DOCARE) tonight during a protest by feral cat activists.
- 04/15/23 – ‘ĪAO VALLEY STATE MONUMENT REOPENS MAY 1(KAHULUI, MAUI) – Following a nine-month closure, for slope stabilization work, one of the most popular parks in the DLNR Division of State Parks (DSP) system is scheduled to reopen next month. The May 1 reopening will also mark the fourth Hawai‘i state park to require advance reservations for out-of-state visitors.
- 04/13/23 – STUDENTS INVITED TO VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP OF SNAIL EXTINCTION PREVENTION LAB(HONOLULU) - Typically, a field trip to see how kāhuli (native land snails) are protected from extinction requires access to a secure lab, hours of hiking to mountain-top forests, and plenty of caution to make sure attendees don’t accidentally harm the snails themselves.
- 04/12/23 – CORAL DAMAGE AT HANAUMA BAY BEING REPAIRED BY NURSERY-GROWN COLONIES(HONOLULU) – Six, pyramid-shaped coral colonies are now growing on the rock a few feet below the surface at Hanauma Bay. The corals were grown at the DLNR Division of Aquatic Resources’ (DAR) Coral Restoration Nursery on Sand Island for the very purpose of restoring colonies damaged by natural or human caused events.
- 04/12/23 – NĒNĒ FEEDING AT HAWAI‘I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER TO END (WAIKOLOA, HAWAI‘I) – The DLNR has directed the removal of cat-feeding stations located at a Hawai’i Island shopping center, following complaints that the endangered Hawai‘i state bird, the nēnē (Hawaiian goose), are being negatively impacted by the consumption of cat food and close contact with feral cats.
- 04/07/23 – NĒNĒ FAMILY RELEASED AS HUMAN FAMILY IS RECOGNIZED FOR A GOOD SAVE(HILO, HAWAI‘I) – Two weeks ago, a drama unfolded when a woman allegedly snagged a nēnē gosling from its parents at Wailoa River State Recreation Area in Hilo.