Hawaii’s humpback whales to be counted despite fed shutdown

KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii (AP) — An annual humpback whale count in Hawaii will take place despite the federal government shutdown. West Hawaii Today reported Friday that volunteers from the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation will coordinate this season’s Ocean Count, a community citizen science project that occurs during the peak of whale season. The survey is usually […]

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