The Hanauma Bay Education Program will present four Thursday evening programs this month to mark 10 years of protecting the coral reef ecosystem reserve at Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument in the Northwest Hawaiian Islands.
The free public lectures begin at 6:30 p.m. in the nature preserve’s theater on the following topics:
Oct. 7 — “Keeping Bad Critters Out,” Scott Godwin, protection specialist
Oct. 14 — “ Species Galore,” Randy Kosaki, chief scientist of Papahanaumokuakea
Oct. 21 — “A History of Protection and Recognition,” ‘Aulani Wilhelm, Papahanaumokuakea superintendent
Oct. 28 — “Shipwrecks and More,” Kelly Gleason, Papahanaumokuakea archaeologist
For more information, call Shawn Carrier at 397-5840.