The “critically endangered” Pacific leatherback sea turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) has experienced a catastrophic decline over the past two decades, and is on the verge of extinction due in part to industrial fishing methods off the coast of California and in Hawai’i.
“Saving the ocean” can seem like a daunting task. We’ve compiled a list of ten things you can do today that will actually help
Aloha (hello) and e como mai (welcome)! We’re so excited to announce our new Turtle Island Restoration Network Hawai‘i Program. We look forward to
We’re pleased to announce that Cheryl King, a noted sea turtle biologist, will be directing TIRN’s Hawai‘i Program. King will be the organization’s first Hawai’i-based staff member, sparking a major expansion of its work in the Pacific Islands region.