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Lava, Lava Everywhere!

Welcome to our adventure with red, hot lava.  We’ve got photos, we’ve got videos, we’ve got a story.  Stick with us through this post and we promise you won’t be disappointed!! 2,179 more words


Friend Time--at Volcano and at Home

One of my dear friends returns home to Hilo fairly regularly to stay connected with her Hilo family.  I’m so lucky that she makes time to hang out with me too. 294 more words


New Land

Lava flows directly into the ocean at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the island of Hawaii.  This is the newest land on earth as the island continues to expand. 19 more words


Volcano Watch: Kilauea ocean entry hazards — the plume is not your friend | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

Recent visitors to the Kamokuna ocean entry have been greeted with the spectacular sight of Kilauea’s lava pouring into the sea to form some of the newest land on Earth. 256 more words


KHNL: Lava lake visible atop Hawaii's Kilauea volcano

By The Associated Press The U.S. Geological Survey says a lake of lava has come into view atop Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, and a burst of seismic activity has shaken the sum… 134 more words


Cultural Festival and BioBlitz

The last weekend in August, as we all know, was the big one—the one we’ve been gearing up for all year, and one of the many reasons that all us CVAs were sent into the parks in the first place: The 100th anniversary of the National Park Service (NPS)! 877 more words

Pacific West Region

In Two

I: The Birds

I wanted to know where birds go in a storm,
how nature battens her dear ones down
in times of necessary turmoil… 174 more words