Conservation Conference Highlights, Part II: Birds and Bees, Fish, and Snakes

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The annual Hawai`i Conservation Conference, held this year in August at the University of Hawai`i-Hilo, offered hundreds of discussions on a wide range of topics.

This month, we continue to report on selected presentations.

 

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When Looking for Snakes,

When Is Enough Really Enough?

There’s good news and bad news on the brown treesnake front.

The bad news practically everyone in Hawai`i already knows. Should the snake find its way to Hawai`i and become . . .

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