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Dr. Bill Walsh, aquatic biologist with the Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, will address the issue of aquarium collecting in West Hawaii and separate myth from reality at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday (Dec 6) at Kealakehe High School Library.

Reef Talk: ‘Myth and Reality’ The aquarium fishery in West Hawaii

Dr. Bill Walsh, aquatic biologist with the Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, will address the issue of aquarium collecting in West Hawaii and separate myth from reality at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday (Dec 6) at Kealakehe High School Library.

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Kona Town Meeting: Tropical fish (Oct. 11)

Kona Town Meeting: Tropical fish (Oct. 11)

MEDIA RELEASE How can Hawaii’s delicate coastal ecosystem with its irreplaceable varieties of tropical fish be protected and preserved? Come listen and ask questions about this critical natural resource. Guest Speakers are Dr. Bill Walsh, Division of Aquatic Resources Biologist, Tina Owens, founder of The Lost Fish Coalition, David Dart, West Hawaii Fisheries Council, Marnie […]

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Development of Kona on meeting agenda (April 8)

When and where: 6-8 p.m., Thursday, April 8, at Kealakehe High School Library The FUTURE OF DEVELOPMENT IN KONA: The program will include three parts: * Exploring Kona’s Development Future through GIS Mapping Systems, Karen Kemp PhD, GIS researcher and educator, will speak about what Kona will look like at “build out”, how to find […]

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ReefTalk: Grouper roi and humpback whales (March 23)

ReefTalk: Grouper roi and humpback whales (March 23)

When: 6:30 P.M., Tuesday, March 23 at the Natural Energy Lab Gateway Building, Kona DOUBLE HEADER WITH OUTSTANDING SPEAKERS! ReefTalk on Tuesday, March 23, at the Natural Energy Lab Gateway Building in Kona at 6:30 p.m. will feature two speakers. Dr. Bill Walsh, affiliated faculty with UH Hilo and Manoa and Justin Viezbicke of The […]

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West Hawaii Fisheries Council meeting in Kona (March 18)

MEDIA RELEASE The West Hawaii Fisheries Council (WHFC), a community-based marine advisory organization holds regular monthly meeting 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 18 at Hale Au Kahakai (Hawaii Big Game Fishing Club) at Honokohau Harbor. The March meeting will begin with a power-point presentation by Dr. William Walsh focused on the “Historical and Ecological Overview of […]

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Kawaihae Local Resource Council (March 7)

MEDIA RELEASE The Kawaihae Local Resource Council meets 2-4 p.m. Sunday, March 7 at the Hamakua Macadamia Nut Factory, 1/2 mile north of Kawaihae on Aina Pule Highway. Dr. Bill Walsh, affiliated faculty with UH Hilo and Manoa, will give a pictorial historical and ecological overview of the Kawaihae South Small Boat Harbor. For further […]

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Another round of coral reef fishery meetings

MEDIA RELEASE Over the past several months the Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR) has held meetings across the state to gather public input on ways to better manage coral reef fisheries.   While discussions focused primarily on instituting or revising the size and bag limits for a number of fish species additional management concerns and […]

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DLNR meeting on possible regulations for certain fish species

MEDIA RELEASE  Dr. Bill Walsh, state Division of Aquatic Resources biologist with the Department of Land and Natural Resources, invites the public to attend an informational meeting to discuss possible regulations for certain marine fish species. The meeting is 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3 at Kealakehe High School library. The purpose of this public information […]

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