(KAHULUI, MAUI) – Executing a search warrant, officers from the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE), and NOAA’s Office of Law Enforcement (OLE), confiscated dozens of items from the Antique Freak shop in Wailuku, on Tuesday.
(HONOLULU) – PO5, or the recently named Hawaiian monk seal pup, Pualani, will be relocated from Kaimana Beach in Waikīkī after she is weaned, according to NOAA. The offspring of mother seal Kaʻiwi was born in mid-April.
HONOLULU) – The DLNR will be enforcing existing park closure hours at Ka‘ena Point State Park for the upcoming three-day holiday weekend to protect sensitive species and habitats from illegal activity.
(Honolulu) – The DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) is beginning recruitment for entry-level Conservation and Resources Enforcement Officer (CREO I) positions to fill vacancies across the state.
(HONOLULU) – After multiple complaints from nearby residents and community members, the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE), cited five Honolulu men, Saturday night, for a series of alleged natural resources violations.
(HONOLULU) – Last Wednesday, an anonymous tip received on the DLNRTip app showed photographs of a couple posing for pictures with a Hawaiian monk seal on a beach within the Ka‘ena Point State Park.
(LĀNAʻI) – Four men, all with Maui addresses, were cited on Friday by DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) officers for prohibited entry into the Moku Naio Islet Seabird Sanctuary (Shark Fin Rock) off the coast of Lānaʻi.
(HONOLULU) - The Hawaiʻi Climate Commission, in collaboration with the City and County of Honolulu and Hawai‘i County, are hosting a pair of Climate Community Fairs this month and in June.
(HONOLULU) – Community members from keiki to kūpuna gather to mālama ʻāina, learn the practice of carving wood bowls, and bond together as 'Ohana. The final workshop called “Carving Out Our Future” was conducted last weekend at Kapapapuhi Point Park in ‘Ewa.
(HONOLULU) – Plans for the Kapāpala Koa Canoe Management Area on Hawai‘i are being shared for input. An online platform has been launched launched to engage stakeholders online.