My Beach Report is an ocean adventure educational multi-media TV series hosted by teens, for teens.
Our roving reporters will explore all aspects of the Earth's marine environment including streams, rivers,
lakes, bayous and oceans around the world.
My Beach Report : Hawaiian Monk Seals visit Waikiki Beach
Lena and Ela Ohlson of Hawaiimana.com host an episode of Plan Sea TV for Kids. This segment features
two Hawaiian Monks Seal named Erma and Kermit. They frequent the beaches on several of the islands.
This particular day I waiting on the beach for 7 hours as I anticipated them to enter the water trying
to get unique shot. They finally decided to enter about an hour after dark. It was still a nice day
at the beach and I managed to get a few action shots. Monk Seals are an endangered species so if you
ever get an opportunity to see them in this environment, please observe them from a safe distance. To
the SEA! Ray Hollowell
We are creating an on-line series entitled MY BEACH REPORT that will be produced by kids for kids!
My Beach Report is a PlanSea program to get kids out on the beach to learn, film, and submit your findings
to PlanSea. My Beach Report is for you to have fun and perhaps get your very own report here on PlanSea!
What does it take? To film your very own beach report, you need a video camera (to film you and your
report) and a computer (to research your facts and edit your film).
Here are the steps:
1. Do some quick research to find an animal or fish near you and learn about them.
2. Go to your local beach to film that animal in your very own My Beach Report.
3. Take home your film and edit your report on your computer.
4. Upload your final My Beach Report to a video site like YouTube or Vimeo.
5. Send PlanSea an email with the link to your video at email@example.com.
6. Wait to hear from PlanSea!