Saturday, October 19, 2013

10-19-2013 DB's Dailies: Irma@MB, Duke,Aukai,Kolohe,Kaiwi&Kainoa@RI, Kea@SB, Kermit@WP, La'akea@TB, Pohaku@Makua, RL42@KP Mokuleia side trail

At 0600 I found a 100% clean Irma waiting for me at the far right end of Makapuu Beach. I redid the cordon and she remains. Irma departed at 1734.
At 0937 I found Duke (RA12) & a 10% molted Aukai (RL12) together at Rocky Right Beach, on Rabbit Island.
At 1010 I spied two animals playing just off shore of 3BS on RI. They would haul out together at 1018, and proved to be Kolohe (RW22) & Kaiwi (RK96).
The highlight of the day came with a pan at 1032 to the far left end of the RI beach. There I found a little weaner with an "N0" bleach. It was KAINOA !!!! I haven’t seen the boy since 8-31-13, and was seriously stressin’ on this kid. He appears happy and well. Where in the world he has been only Kainoa knows.
At 1241 I lucked out and found Kea (RN46) just hauling out to the east side of Crappy Cove, Sandy Beach. I cordoned him off and he remains. Kea departed at 1724.
Cianna called at 0715 with the report of an animal fronting #1707, White Plains. The Billands confirmed the Kermit (R012) at 0730.
Posse member Teri called at 0832 with the report of "K82" (La’akea, RK82) at Right Spot’s Spot, Turtle Bay.
Cianna called again with the report of 2 animals near Kehau’s. Team Billand found only Pohaku (RO28) when they arrived. The location was a Waikomos. 
The Billands advised that they got a call from one of their posse , BJ reporting having seen RL42 approximately ½ mile before KP on the Mokuleia side, at about 1200.

Cianna called at 1536 with a report of "N21" (Buster , RV08) rolling in the shallows at Diamond Head. At the time of the call he had not hauled out, but ?????

 Irma Rabbit Island and a beautiful sky 
 Kainoa Kainoa Kainoa !!! Where the hell you been boy? 
 Kea hiding among the rocks
 hmmm interesting how uncomfortable this looks
 Kolohe and Kaiwi.... ( it's a whole new generation of seals taking over Rabbit island)
 Irma at Makapuu photos courtesy of Diane T
 La'akea photos courtesy of Teri P
 Team Billand finds Kermit @ white plains
 Pohaku @ Waikomos Thank you Team Billand

1 comment:

barbara said...

Hey Debbie, our Makaha Warrior for the west side seals...thanks for caring for Miss Pohaku and educating those visitors out there.

Miss Pohaku looks good, gaining weight and finally away from KoOlina.

Your work is always ... appreciated.