At his usual Seal Rock Inlet spot of the last several days I found a 40% molted RG32.
On a pan at 0827 I found a new arrival to the Left Middle Cliff area of RI. Though I suspect immediately, it would take a while to finally see a smudge on the right shoulder which I presume was the N36 bleach.
Team Billand checked in at 0653 with the report of a foraging Pohaku (RO28) doing 5-6 minute dives.
A Karen Rohter text at 0839 advised that Kaiwi (RK96) was once again at Outrigger. An 1115 email from Gina Walker brought the same news, and a photo.
At 0842 Team Billand reported Kekoa (RK72) once again at Maili Point.
Marilyn & Lesley did their usual End of the World trek from the Mokuleia side and found nobody on the trip. They decided to continued on to check the Waianae side trail.
Barbara began her trek from the west side and they all met up at th 20 min mark where they spent quality time with Ka’ale (RH32)&Luana (RN58). They all went back to the point and there found Ka’ena (RO40) at Ka’ena’s Pool. When Barbara headed back on the west side trail she found that RK36 had now joined Luana. Ka’ale remained away from the other two.
On another pan at 1044 I found a 1005 molted Kea (RN46) on the left end rock flats . He would later relocate to a spot 100 ft east of 3BS.