Monk seal conservation talk Wednesday in Princeville

PRINCEVILLE — Reflections on the past decade of Hawaiian monk seal conservation will be offered Wednesday at the Princeville Library in a program that will focus on the research and conservation efforts to help the species.

Charles Littnan, scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program, will start speaking at 5 p.m. He will highlight NOAA’s program to creatively encourage human and seal coexistence in the Hawaiian Islands.

The presentation will be an opportunity to talk story with Littnan and learn about Hawaiian monk seal conservation.


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