Autumn brings shorter days and seabirds

Hawaiian navigators and mariners look to seabirds as the harbingers of weather, schools of fish and land, which is why they remain a valued species in Hawaiian culture. But Hawaii’s seabirds face challenges living in the modern world and that’s why Hawaiian Electric’s Environmental Division leads a dedicated program to minimize the impact of our utility operations on seabirds and all protected species.
A wedge-tailed shearwater chick in its burrow. Photo by Sean Moura, Hawaiian Electric wildlife biologist.

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