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We have officially finished our first month on Green Island, in Kure Atoll. Now that things have settled we are all starting to fall into place and fit into a rhythm. I wanted to
We’ve completed our first few days on Kure! It has been so amazing, overwhelming and beautifully exhausting all at the same time. We left Honolulu on April 4th aboard the cargo ship, the Kahana.
Meet the new Kure summer 2018 crew--we are a completely novice crew--all bright eyed and bushy tailed to get to Kure and being our work. Each member of our crew has traveled here to Honolulu
The M/V Kahana picks us up tomorrow. Just like that, our seven and a half month field season will come to an end and we will say our goodbyes to the place we’ve called home
As we patiently await a final pickup date after another short extension to our time on Green Island, Kure Atoll, those of us here have finally had the reality check that we will soon be
We’ve marched well over the six-month mark and with less than a month left here on Green Island, Kure Atoll, our few remaining days are quickly passing by. Besides the obvious cleaning and packing that
Here I sit, atop the pier-shed roof, spellbound in a gorgeous scene that I could only dream of. To either side of me lay long, gently curving stretches of sun-washed sand gracefully hugging the vibrantly
Six months ago back in Honolulu; seven of us had the joyful task of packing all the food we’d be bringing out for our seven month field season on Kure. Plastic five-gallon buckets were filled
When the wind blows the buildings will creak, the trees will shake, and, sadly, some albatross chicks will find themselves a far ways from home.
Over the course of last week, Kure Atoll was bombarded with