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Halfway to fledge

By Safina Center Fellow Hob Osterlund Kalama, the Laysan albatross star of Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s live streaming “TrossCam,” is now twelve weeks old, which means she’s crossed the halfway point on her way to fledge. A tiny… Read More
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A Bumper Crop o’Tross

By Hob Osterlund, Safina Center Fellow There’s some good news from the Hawaiian Islands. Laysan albatross—also known as mōlī in Hawaiian—are nesting in record numbers this year. Due to the presence of mongoose on most landscapes of the… Read More
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Hob Osterlund at Native Books Nā Mea Hawaiʻi

Safina Center Fellow Hob Osterlund will sign and read excerpts from her new book Holi Moli: Albatross and Other Ancestors.
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