Thursday, October 20, 2016

10/19/2016 DB's Dailies: Buster@Sandy Beach, R8HE@Makaha, Nani@Moku Nui, Ka'ena@Ka'ena Pt, Kerby@Maili Pt, Holokai & Lei Ola @ Turtle Bay,

Despite early Maunalua Bay spot checks and a long, nobody home Rabbit Island I was batting zero. As I was wending my way home I pulled into the Blowhole Lookout at 1556 and lo and behold there was a likely looking lump at the east end of Sandy Beach. When I got down there I found and Id’d Buster (RV08) at 1606. His old left eye scar (11-29-15)& his nearly healed left side muzzle wound(8-7-16) were visible. Notified the Hotline.

 At 0810 Team Billand reported the west side mobbing wound animal a Makaha. They notified the Hotline.

 The Donna sent a text of an animal sent to her at 0930 this morning of an animal on Moku Nui. The two red tags, visible but not readable, the female belly & new coat suggested an ID, and the scar on the left side , lower lip when compared with my photo database confirmed the Nani (RK60) ID.

 Posse member Tammy T did the End of the World trek and found Ka’ena (RO40) at Ka’ena Point. 

Diane Gabriel spent her day with a probably over nighted Holokai (RG40) at the Keiki Pool, and Lei Ola (RH48) initially foraging but later hauling out to McKenzies , Turtle Bay.

 At 1454 Team Billand found Kerby (RW08) at Maili Point.

 NOAA has posted a new Benny (RE74) update on the HMSRP, Facebook site:


 These photos may be difficult to look at.... she seems to be holding her own and based on NOAA's assessment this type of would can heal on it's own.
 now if we as human had such healing abilities 
On a lighter note here's  Holokai
 and little miss Lei Ola

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