bees found - Replay responds to petition - lawsuits on the horizon
Aug 17, 2013 — Two species of native bees that are candidates for listing under the Endangered Species Act (Hylaeus anthracinus and H. longiceps) have been found at Turtle Bay. The Draft Supplemental EIS did not include an entomological study.
Replay Resorts has responded to the petition. It does not address the inaccuracies and inadequacies in its DSEIS. There are more than 7,500 signatures from 40 countries. Let's send them 10,000. This petition has been recognized as an important tool in the multipronged effort to save Turtle Bay.
Negotiations are underway for the preservation of Turtle Bay by the State of Hawaii and non-profit groups.
You can help forge commitment for the preservation of Turtle Bay by sharing the petition link with your email contacts and/or Facebook friends. Contact us for a copy of Replay's response to the petition. www.facebook.com/TurtleBayEndangeredSpecies
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