The mission of the Keiki Kohola Project is to promote the protection of humpback whale mother and calf pairs during their time in Hawaiian waters.

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Every winter, pregnant humpback whales from across the North Pacific head to the waters of Hawaii. These soon-to-be moms travel over 2500 km to reach a safe, protected nursery where they can raise their young calves.

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The Keiki Kohola Project; Caring for Calves in Hawaiian Waters

Keiki Kohola is a Hawaiian phrase meaning "youngest whale"