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Nash Crawford '20

Nash Crawford '20
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Hawaii Day 6

Yesterday was our group service project, a beach cleanup, filled with fun activities for us to clean. First, we went around the coastal line and deep area of the beach searching for trash and had a competition to see who picked up the most trash. While we were searching. One of our group members spotted a Monk Seal...

Day 5 Hawaii

On day 5, I was told I wasn't going to be ale to participate in the blackwater dive due to safety concerns along with 8 other people from the whole team. After hearing the news, I was ready to see what else we could do that day. My group went off first to a submarine off the western Kona...

Day 4 Marine Bio Hawaii

To begin the day, I along with my fellow Siphonophores went out onto a Zodiac boat tour of Kealakekua. On our ride there, we spotted some pilot whales, which to the captain, was considered a needle in a haystack find. After tracking them for about 20-30 minutes, we continued our movement to the snorkel site. Stopping in the cove,...

Hawaii Day 3

On the third way of adventuring through the depths of Hawaii, we took a full team trip to the harbor to take our first dive of the trip. We arrived on the boat to the location of the first of the two dives we did in the day. Split into four different groups, I was in the third with...

2nd Hawaii Day

Today was my second day exploring the Big Island of Hawaii. My group, the Siphonophores, were exploring the depths of Pololu Valley. At the begging of the hike, I was walking right next to my buddy Braxton, and of course I slipped and almost fell of the cliff entirely! Luckily I got the edge and Braxton actually pulled...

First Day of Hawaii

Today was the beginning of the first Jesuit Marine Biology trip to Hawaii. After waking up at a crisp 4:00 am, I arrived with the rest of the team, besides JJ, at 5:45 to move through security and get onto the plane at 7:30. After stopping in San Francisco, we continued our journey to Kona. Rising from my nap,...

In Class Blog Post

Being my first time diving outside of training, I really look forward to experiencing to my first time interacting with the fish. I also am looking forward to our hike up the mountains.