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coral, turtles, reef fish  
ko olina ocean adventures include snorkeling over tropical coral reefs   


 
 ola nā papa i pūlama 'ia -

"cherish the living reefs"

 

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2008 is the international year of the reef

10 ways you can help protect the reef

  1. embrace island living - learn about and follow traditional hawaiian practices.
  2. look but don’t touch - respect hawai‘i’ s marine life.
  3. don’t feed the fish - it’s unhealthy for the reef ecosystem.
  4. if you must stand, stand on sand - corals are alive.
  5. boat responsibly - use moorings or anchor in sand only.
  6. use a trash can, not the sand - keep our oceans and beaches litter free.
  7. keep your gear clean - avoid transporting marine pests.
  8. use eco-friendly products - remember, all drains lead to the ocean.
  9. harvest only what you need for today - ensure fish and limu for your ohana’s future.
  10. learn hawai’i’s rules and regulations - report violations to dlnr (643-dlnr). visit www.hawaii.gov/dlnr for more information.

click here to find out about more ways you can help at www.hawaiireef.org

international year of the reef makes headlines in hawai’i

the official launch of the international year of the reef - hawai’i, held on jan. 25, helped get media attention on the state of hawai’i’s coral reefs and their valuable ecosystems.

here is a sample of stories that were published or broadcast in january:

 

coral reefs | spinner dolphins | hawaiian monk seal | green sea turtles | whale watching| let's go see 'em! |



 
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