Updates from our Hawai‘i field projects

Hawaiian Cetacean Studies >> Updates from our Hawai‘i field projects

In 2017 we will have several field projects in Hawai‘i, off Kaua‘i, Hawai‘i Island, Lanāi, and possibly O‘ahu. For most projects we post regular updates on what we are seeing and what we are accomplishing in the field. You can also get updates on all of Cascadia's activities by following us on Facebook.

Reports from our March 2017 Lāna‘i field project

The research vessel we have been using off Kaua‘i, O‘ahu and Lāna‘i, a 24' rigid-hulled Zodiac.

Our primary research vessel off Hawai‘i Island, the Wild Whale (a 27' Boston Whaler), owned by the Wild Whale Research Foundation based in Kona

Updates from most of our previous field projects since 2006 can be found below

 

The 50' New Horizon, owned by Bali Hai Sportsfishing. We've used this vessel for offshore surveys in 2006 and 2008

Want to see what we record in the field? You can download our data sheets below.

Sighting sheet with tagging and biopsy information

Event log to record effort, weather and sample information

We also record seabirds when out on the water, and pass on records of unusual species to the Hawai‘i birding community. For more information on seabirds in Hawai‘i see our sea bird page