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NOAA Live! kiʻi pōhaku (petroglyphs)

During the #NOAALive4Kids webinar "Stories in the Stone: Archaeology in Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument", educator and archaeologist Malia Evans showed you how to design and make kiʻi pōhaku (petroglyphs) that represent you, your family, or your community.  Here are some that were shared with us.  To view the webinar that was recorded on May 18, 2020, click here (coming soon).

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To submit a photo of your petroglyph, e-mail Grace Simpkins (gsimpkins@whoi.edu) with:

  • Age
  • A photo of your petroglyph
  • Your first name and last initial (optional)
  • Where you are from (optional)
  • A description of your petroglyph (optional)

By emailing us, you are giving us permission to put your petroglyph photograph on our website and use it for education and outreach purposes.  We will also include any of the information above you choose to submit.  Your e-mail will not be publicized.

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Betsy A. from Florida. I love birds. This is the bird which is nesting in our garage.

Snakes are important to me because they are one of my favorite animals.

Beatrix, 10 yo, from Corvallis, OR. Snakes are important to me because they are one of my favorite animals.

Beatrix, 10 yo, from Corvallis, OR. I chose the fox because she is quiet, stealthy, and tricky.

Beatrix, 10 yo, from Corvallis, OR. I have always dreamed about swimming with sea turtles.