Here's a ~10 ft tiger shark that we passed on the way to the dolphin survey. I put my small underwater camera over the side as we were going by. It didn't seem to mind.
See, there are still a lot of albatross chicks on Midway.
I got this picture the same way as the shark picture. That little Olympus is handy to have sometimes.
Here's one of the spinner dolphins jumping.
The mini-golf course is now open for business. We were working on this last spring.
The hydroponics greenhouse is up and running also, right now mostly for salad greens. The person running it got there the week before I left last year.
The cable houses are falling down pretty quickly now that there is absolutely no maintenance done on them right now.
I went snorkeling on Sunday morning and saw this little frogfish under the cargo pier.
Gary, John Klavitter, and Steve are extirpating the one cactus plant from the island.
The Laysan ducks had a bad year last year. Many of them died off due to botulism. The problem seems to have run its course and the ducks are doing well again. These ducks are getting snapped at by the albatross chick.