This year on World Tuna Day, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Hawai‘i and Palmyra announces the expansion of the first drifting […]
Launched in 2018, the program tagged its 1000th fish on December 5, 2022—a significant milestone in a challenging environment.
The coconut crab can lift 60 pounds and crack coconuts. It’s also facing a perilous future.
In hopeful news, coral reefs at Palmyra Atoll show long-term stability, recovery and resilience, despite two bleaching events within the last decade.
On Palmyra Atoll, getting big fish on board quickly relies on an old fishing tool: the hand line.
The highlight of giant trevally fishing at Palmyra Atoll isn’t the size of the fish. It’s the recapture.
Tagging trevally on a remote island with rod and reel.
An industry/conservation partnership tracks Fish Aggregating Devices (FADS) at Palmyra Atoll.
Getting rid of the rats on Palmyra was only the beginning.