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- 12/1/22 – CALL TO ARTISTS FOR HAWAI‘I WILDLIFE CONSERVATION STAMP CONTEST(HONOLULU) – The DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) is issuing a call to artists for submittals to the annual art contest for the 2023-24 Hawai’i Wildlife Conservation and Game Bird Stamp.
- 12/1/22 – ADDITIONAL MAUNA LOA ERUPTION CLOSURES ANNOUNCED(HILO) – Effective immediately, due to continuing volcanic activity on Mauna Loa, the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) has closed all hunting in the portion of Unit A of the Mauna Kea Forest Reserve and Game Management Area South of Daniel K. Inouye Highway across from the Gil Kahele Recreation Area.
- 11/29/22 – ADDITIONAL CLOSURES IN HAWAI‘I ISLAND FOREST RESERVES(HILO) – As lava continues to flow into the Northeast Rift zone from Mauna Loa’s summit caldera, the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) is closing additional recreation areas on the mountain.
- 11/18/22 – LARGEST COLLECTION OF ʻŌHIʻA LEHUA IN HAWAI‘I LIVES ON IN WAIMEA(Waimea) – Established 23-years-ago, Waimea Nature Park is the go-to place for family fun. Operated and maintained by the Waimea Branch of The Outdoor Circle the park was a tangled mess of invasive trees with the ground covered in Christmas berry.
- 11/18/22 – SOUTH KAWAIHAE SMALL BOAT HARBOR IMPROVEMENT PROJECT(HONOLULU) The South Kawaihae Small Boat Harbor (SBH) on Hawaiʻi Island will be undergoing renovations beginning November 21. Site Engineering, Inc. has been contracted by the DLNR Division of Boating and Ocean (DOBOR) for the project.
- 11/17/22 – A DECADE OF FOCUS ON A FAMOUS HAWAI‘I WILDERNESS PAYING DIVIDENDS(Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park) – On Tuesday, feral goats outnumbered campers at Kalalau Beach in this iconic, world-famous wilderness park. As winter nears, the number of permitted campers’ declines, as ocean swells make it both illegal and dangerous to land kayaks at the beach or to swim in from a boat.
- 11/10/22 – AMENDED COMMERCIAL SURFING INSTRUCTION RULES FOR KAHALU‘U BAY(HONOLULU) – Following more than a year of outreach, and two public hearings, the Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) today approved amended rules for commercial surfing instruction at Kahalu‘u Bay on Hawai‘i Island’s Kona coast.
- 11/10/22 – HONOLULU CONTRACTOR PAYS MILLION DOLLAR PLUS FINE FOR CORAL DAMAGE(HONOLULU) – In May 2021, a barge operated by Healy Tibbitts Builders, Inc. was anchored near the entrance to Honolulu Harbor for dredging operations. In the process, the barge’s anchors and cables broke or damaged over 15,000 corals and 140-square yards of live rock.
- 11/10/22 – ALL LAY NETTERS REQUIRED TO APPLY FOR PERMITS(HONOLULU) – Fishers will now have to obtain a permit from the DLNR to use lay nets in State waters, effective ten days after the governor signs off. This rule change, approved by the Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) today, eliminates the requirement that lay net fishers register each lay net with the department. For Hawai‘i residents, active-duty military personnel and their family members, annual lay net permits will be issued free of charge. Nonresidents will be charged a $25 fee.
- 11/07/22 – MOSQUITO SURVEYS UNDERWAY TO HELP PROTECT BIRDS FROM DISEASE(PU‘U MAKA‘ALA NATURAL AREA RESERVE) – This high-elevation Natural Area Reserve is one of six locales on Hawai‘i Island where teams from the DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) and the University of Hawai‘i Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit (PCSU) are trapping mosquitoes to detect the presence of avian malaria.