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About HWF

> Who we are
HAWAI'I WILDLIFE FUND (HWF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of Hawaii's native wildlife through research, education and advocacy. HWF Team is made up of educators, conservationists, researchers, naturalists, communities, volunteers and donors devoted to the protection of Hawaii's fragile marine ecosystem and inhabitants. We bring a variety of experiences together to serve a common goal.

> What we do
We are actively engaging the community in research, education and conservation projects. Learn about the marine environment while snorkeling or whale watching with our naturalists, volunteer your time with one of our projects, or donate to our cause.

HWF's Cheryl King excavating green sea turtle nest
HWF's team excavates a green sea turtle nest that
did not erupt naturally. The effort resulted in freeing
several baby turtles that were trapped below the surface.

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HWF IN THE FIELD
HWF interpretation - photo by Carrie Robertson
Interpreting with Jean
Michel Cousteau

HWF educating the public
Presenting HWF research
at conferences

HWF cleanup dive - photo by Cheryl King
Cleaning up the reefs
Working in the field
Working in the field

Spearheading ocean conservation activities
Hawai'i Wildlife Fund       PO Box 790637 Paia, HI 96779      808.280.8124       wild@aloha.net      http://wildhawaii.org
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