On Oahu, University Laboratory School students rise for a chant as they watch a live video feed of Keeau Elementary students at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. DOE photo. VIDEO: Keaau Students Share Volcano Trip Via Internet April 15th, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

Students on Oahu and in Mexico took part in a virtual field trip as the Big Island students explored Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

Hikers crossing the crater of Kilauea Iki, site of a 1959 lava fountain that reached 1,900 feet in height. Photo by Michael Szoenyi/NPS. Hawaii Volcanoes Reports 1.5M Visitors in 2013 March 10th, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News, West Hawaii News

The figure reflected a nearly 7% increase over visitors from the year before.

One of the most popular vantage points and hiking trails in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park: Kīlauea Iki crater and trail, with Halema‘uma‘u plume and Mauna Loa, both seen in the distance. NPS Photo by Michael Szoenyi. National Park Adds Jobs To Volcano Area March 3rd, 2014 · 6 Comments · Business

Government report says 1.5 million visitors spent $111 million in the Volcano area in 2012, mostly on food and lodging.

The public is invited to visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park for free on Presidents Day Monday. The glow above is emitted from the lava lake in a vent located in Halemaumau Crater at the summit of Kilauea Volcano. Photo courtesy Steve Geiger/NPS. Entry to Hawaii Volcanoes Free on Presidents Day February 13th, 2014 · 1 Comment · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, West Hawaii News

The National Park Service is waiving entrance fees at its 401 sites Monday in observance with its connection to our national leaders.

Park officials said the overdue hiker was spotted near the Pohaku o Hanalei cindercone, seen in the foreground of this photo of snow-covered Mauna Loa. Mauna Kea can be seen in the background. Photo courtesy of search-and-rescue pilot David Okita. Blizzard Traps Hiker for Two Nights on Mauna Loa January 30th, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, West Hawaii News

The snowstorm hit as the New York college professor from was returning from the summit, forcing him to spend the next two nights along the volcano’s trail.

The annual humpback whale count will take place over three Saturdays through March at 60 locations statewide, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Photo courtesy Thomas C. Stein/HVNP. Humpback Whale Count Scheduled for Three Saturdays January 15th, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News

Sites for the count, which takes place on the last Saturdays of the first three months of the year, include Kaena Point in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

A trench dug for a new water main in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has created some new steam vents of its own, as seen in this photo taken last week. BIN photo. Park Pipe Replacement a Steamy Subject January 10th, 2014 · 1 Comment · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News

A project to replace a water main to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory is providing new temporary steam vents along Crater Rim Drive.

Two prominent, historic lava flows are visible in this aerial photo of West Hawai‘i. Kīholo Bay is flanked by the 1859 Mauna Loa flow (left) and a Hualālai flow that  erupted around 1800 or earlier (right). These lava flows and other volcanic landscapes along Highways 11 and 190 will be the focus of a Volcano Awareness Month talk in Kona on Jan. 22.  Photo courtesy of the USDA Forest Service. Volcanic History Could Tell The Future January 8th, 2014 · No Comments · Arts & Entertainment, Featured Articles

HVO scientists want to remind the public that Mauna Loa and Hualālai are active volcanoes that will erupt again,

The March 2011 Kamoamoa fissure eruption. HVO/USGS photo. Presentations Highlight 5th Annual Volcano Awareness Month January 2nd, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, West Hawaii News

During the upcoming weeks, scientists from Hawaiian Volcano Observatory will speak on a wealth of topics during talks around the island.

The Puna Coastal Trail, which follows the area's rugged shoreline as seen above, will be the venue for an upcoming get-together of Friends of Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park. FHVNP photo. Park Group Scheduling Hike, Native Tree Planting December 3rd, 2013 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

Friends of Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park will hike the Puna coast on Sunday, Dec. 8, and plant native trees on Thursday, Dec. 12.

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