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NOAA -- FY22 Pacific Islands - Hawaii Marine Wildlife Response, Outreach, and Population Monitoring Program
The National Marine Fisheries Service (hereinafter, "NMFS") is soliciting competitive applications for the fiscal year 2022 Pacific Islands - Hawaii Wildlife Response, Population Monitoring, and Outreach competition. Projects are being solicited to support specific programmatic activities related to the following 5 priorities:
Priority 1: Hawaiian Monk Seal and Sea Turtle Management Support, Field Response, and Outreach: Projects to conduct in-field response and educational outreach for Hawaiian monk seals and/or sea turtles occurring on the islands of Oahu, Maui, Molokai, or Hawaii Island. Funding availability is island and species-specific, with total funding not to exceed $540,000 (up to 7 proposals may be funded).
Priority 2: Public Education and Awareness Programs for Hawaiian monk seals on Oahu. Requested funding per project is recommended to not exceed $15,000 (up to 3 proposals may be funded).
Priority 3: Public Education and Awareness Programs at Green Turtle Basking Locations on Oahu and Maui. Requested funding per project is recommended to not exceed $20,000 (up to 2 proposals may be funded).
Priority 4: Population Monitoring and Conservation of Hawaiian Hawksbill Sea Turtle on Molokai and Hawaii Island (up to 2 proposals may be funded). Requested funding per project is recommended to not exceed $100,000 (Hawaii Island) and $40,000 (Molokai).
Priority 5: Population Monitoring and Outreach of Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin on Oahu and Hawaii Island. Requested funding per project is recommended to not exceed $25,000 (up to 2 proposals may be funded).
Deadline: Jan. 30, 2022
Eligible applicants are individuals, institutions of higher education, nonprofits, commercial organizations, state, local, and Indian tribal governments. Federal agencies and their employees, as well as, Federal instrumentalities (including employees and members) are not eligible to apply.