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Announcing

Pre-launch of Hawaii SeaLife app

Try Our New App Before Its Official Release

Family-friendly, interactive tool to enhance your visit to Hawaii's ocean waters:

  • Discover 200+ sea and near-shore creatures

  • Engage in full-color photos with fascinating descriptions

  • Try handy filters and search games for easy identification

  • Find useful tips on how to protect our oceans and reefs

Featured Research

Featured

Actions that are making positive impact

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Free Coral
Workshop

Join us for a Hawaiian coral workshop on Nov. 3 or Nov. 4 with Doug Fenner, the author of the definitive and newly updated sourcebook Corals of Hawai'i. Workshops will be held in two locations: Lihue Friday 6:00-8:30 and Saturday Princeville 1:00-3:30. For more information,  email info@reefguardians.org.

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'Anini Reef & Lagoon Report

Overcoming near collapse, Anini Lagoon is struggling to regenerate and we are gearing up to help it.

 

Join us! Please donate toward

water testing and participate in

Action Steps

Click link to Download Report 

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Leaky Wells

There was a mystery to be solved when oil started showing up on beaches from Carpinteria to the city of Santa Barbara. Together with state organizations and representatives, Reef Guardians helped to find a solution.

New Initiatives

Up and coming projects

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Na Kia’i Apapa Signage Project

Our island-wide sign campaign will educate beach-goers on how to protect the natural environment and themselves while visiting.

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Science, Hawaiian culture, Conservation Actions, Arts, Games and More!

 

Help launch this fun, fascinating and ACCESSIBLE environmental education experience.

 

Make a charitable donation today.

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Partnering with groundbreaking technology companies, Reef Guardians has taken on the ambitious task of making a near real-time, automated reef health assessment using AI software. 

Online Sea School
For Kids

Robots on the Reef

join us at

Reef Camp

children's science and art learning adventure

Ms. Mermaid: New Hawksbill Discovery

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This turtle is named Ms. Mermaid after our Executive Director Robin Mazor who discovered her - the 43rd honu'ea or hawksbill turtle in Kauaʻi's waters reported since 1998. Reef Guardians Hawai'i works with Hawaiian Hawksbill Conservation to educate the public about how to photo-identify and protect honuʻea. Hawaiian hawksbills are one of the world's most rare and endangered populations.

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