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BioBlitz Recognized as Integral to Cutting Edge Action-Oriented Inquiry-Based Social Studies Teaching and Learning

Can humans reverse the negative effects they have had on the environment? This was the compelling question that close to 250 public high school students and their teachers asked as they conducted a BioBlitz in the two ahupua‘a (Hawaiian land divisions) surrounding their school last spring.

Nationwide BioBlitz Records 6,481 Species in 126 U.S. Parks

Scientists identified 6,481 species of plants, animals and other organisms from more than 50,000 observations, many of them by citizen scientists, in the #2016BioBlitz this weekend.

Wings, Water, Wind, and Hope in Hawaii

Because the Hawaiian islands were created by volcanoes, all life had to arrive there either by water, wind, or wings. After many negative effects, can humans help preserve some of this delicate ecology?