Turtle Bay Endangered Species has spent three years devoted to educating and connecting communities locally and worldwide on the issues of endangered, threatened and native plants and animals that call Turtle Bay on the North Shore of Oahu, home. I have conducted investigative research of 30 years of the fight to protect this important coastal wetland habitat from development by Turtle Bay Resort. I have shared the results with the community, media, Resort, environmental groups and local government through writing, testimony, and presentation. There is currently one lawsuit and legislation using my material to make the conservation of the undeveloped lands at Turtle Bay a reality.
Critically Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal
Endangered Hawaiian Stilt live here @TBR
Ohai (E) Rare native bees found here.