News for Hawaii Partners, May 2013
Updated May 1st, 2013
Hawaii State Office of Planning seeks proposals for estuarine research reserve. Deadline: May 15
Currently the Pacific Region is not represented in the National Estuarine Research Reserve system. A site designated in Hawaii will add to the network’s diversity, and provide a new resource for researching coastal issues in the Pacific.
Job announcement: Wildlife Management Program Specialist – Oahu. State of Hawaii DLNR-DOFAW
This position is integral to the planning, coordination and management of wildlife related programs across the State (including but not limited to endangered species recovery programs, protected species habitat planning, game management/hunting programs, and invasive species response and management).
News from American Bird Conservancy: New Study Provides First Direct Evidence of Feral Cats in Hawaii Killing Endangered Hawaiian Petrel
News from American Bird Conservancy: Scientists Hope that Real-time Tracking Project Will Help Imperiled Seabird
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Hawaii Wetland Joint Venture Coordinator
Next Hawaii partner meeting:
Contact Rubey for more information
NEW! Hawaii Wetland Monitor, July 2012