Keiki Ocean Education program teaches hands-on learning

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    Barbara Wiedner of Surfrider Kaua‘i tries out a catch game using hagfish traps, Monday at the Keiki Ocean Education Days at the Cliffs at Princeville.

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    Students Lucy and Ryan Barber of Kailua, Oahu, and Kellen and Darren McCance of California watch with Barbara Wiedner of Surfrider Kaua‘i as Raquel Moody sets up an experiment demonstrating properties of plastic versus glass, Monday during Keiki Ocean Education Days at the Cliffs at Princeville.

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    Ryan and Lucy Barber of Kailua, Oahu work to free creatures from the marine netting, Monday during Keiki Ocean Education Days at the Cliffs at Princeville.

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    Darren and Kellen McCance of California look on with their parents as Barbara Wiedner shows the costume she created using marine debris, Monday during Keiki Ocean Education Days at the Cliffs at Princeville.

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    Ryan Barber of Kailua, Oahu pulls out a toothbrush from the belly of the Hawaiian monk seal she disentangled as her sister Lucy Barber, Barbara Wiedner of Surfrider Kaua‘i, and other students Kellen and Darren McCance of California look on, Monday during the Keiki Ocean Education Day at the Cliffs at Princeville.

PRINCEVILLE — Adam and Liesl Eberly of Lancaster, Pa., thought a party was going on in the shelter of the pavilion fronting the putting green outside The Cliffs at Princeville Monday morning.

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