A Final Mahalo

In only six short hours we will be boarding our final flight back to the United States. Equipment is stored, bags are packed, and the team is ready for a little rest and relaxation!

It has been an incredible season and we have an incredible amount to be thankful for. Our members, supporters, family, and friends have been with us from day one, and we cannot thank you enough.

While everyone who supports our day to day research has played a major role in boosting spirit and morale, it is our members who fuel the very future of this organization. In an attempt to give back to all those that have so graciously supported our efforts over the years, Pacific Whale Foundation will be hosting a Member’s Weekend November 26th -28th. Events will be inclusive of a “members only” VIP whalewatch hosted by our very own research team from the 2010 Australia field season.

Reservations can be made online at www.pacificwhale.org or by calling #808-249-8811. We invite you to join us and allow us to give a little back to you. Thank you again for all of your continued support, and hope to see you in November!

From the bottom of our hearts, mahalo.

Signing off for the 2010 field season,
Annie

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Comments

Anonymous (visitor) says:

Safe journey home you three and thanks for all the hard work and dedication. I have really enjoyed this blog the past couple of months and learned so much from it. Wish I could be there to greet you home and talk to you!! Hopefully I will get to catch Annie on one of my many whale watch trips in December. Keep up the great work guys. Mahalo Nui.

Brenda in Delaware (visitor) says:

There has been discussion about the shifting of the poles (North and South poles) and their respective magnetic fields. Are you noticing anything to support that or that would alter the whales behavior, particularly during migration??? Thanks in advance for your insight and observations! Brenda

Beth Salles (visitor) says:

Safe journey home you three and thanks for all the hard work and dedication. I have really enjoyed this blog the past couple of months and learned so much from it. Wish I could be there to greet you home and talk to you!! Hopefully I will get to catch Annie on one of my many whale watch trips in December. Keep up the great work guys. Mahalo Nui.