We're busy here on island getting ready for the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Midway. It won't be as large of a celebration as the 65th anniversary, but we'll be having a few veterans of the battle out here, as well as a special plane bringing out other guests for the day. As far as other things going on around here, we have a few seal pups on the beaches around here, some Laysan ducklings running around, a lot of nesting birds with chicks, and some good weather.
Jennifer, Peter, and Christine are cleaning up the memorial for Memorial Day and for the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Midway.
This is the finished product of the picture I showed you last week.
Albatross fledging season is getting close, so the tiger sharks are starting to become a lot more common. People have been seeing them in the harbor quite frequently and I saw this one a few days ago on the way back from Eastern Island. It looked about 8-9 ft long.
The red-footed booby chicks have hatched.
Here's a Red-tailed tropicbird flying by. I took some pictures of the White-tailed tropicbirds too, but they weren't so great.