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Some OSG folks out at a field site visit. Lindsay Young and Eric Vanderwerf with Pacific Rim Conservation; Christine Ogura and Beth Flint with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Todd Russell with Kaneohe Marine Corp Base; David Hyrenbach with Hawaii Pacific University, and Michelle Hester with Oikonos.

Some OSG folks out at a field site visit. Lindsay Young and Eric Vanderwerf with Pacific Rim Conservation; Christine Ogura and Beth Flint with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Todd Russell with Kaneohe Marine Corp Base; David Hyrenbach with Hawaii Pacific University, and Michelle Hester with Oikonos.

We started out as a group of biologists who really love seabirds and wanted to see more of them restored on O‘ahu. The group grew to include folks from conservation organizations, academia, state and federal agencies, and others who share this vision and passion.  The O‘ahu Seabird Group is now an informal network of people who work together to make good things happen for seabirds on the island.

We’d love to hear from you.  Feel free to email us directly at oahuseabirdgroup@gmail.com or fill out the comment form below.  Mahalo for your interest!

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