Hob Osterlund on home, history and Holy Mōlī

It’s another sunny afternoon on the Hawaiian island of Kaua’i. A woman with close-cropped sandy hair and sky-colored eyes, clad in a t-shirt and cargo shorts, lies belly-down on a patch of dry pine needles. Camera held to… Read More
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Kauaʻi: Building Noah’s Ark

By Hob Osterlund Founder, Kaua’i Albatross Network Fellow, The Safina Center In the summer of 1979, a Laysan albatross chick launched herself from a bluff on the north shore of Kauaʻi. She looked similar to other young birds… Read More
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ARKive needs YOUR images of life underwater

ARKive needs YOUR images of life underwater Films and photographs are an emotive, powerful and effective means of building environmental awareness. Not only bringing species to life, films and images demonstrate quickly and simply what makes them so… Read More
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