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November 13, 2019

Maui Pint Night for the Birds Benefit, Nov. 29

Maui Brewing Company in Lahaina hosts the event, with half the pub profits from house beers sold going towards the protection of native birds and endangered species on Maui. 
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May 21, 2019

Six Palila Released into Newly Restored Forest

Six endangered birds were released into the newly restored Pu‘u Mali area on Mauna Kea’s northern flank on Sunday and Monday.
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July 06, 2018

Study Explores Native Bird Survival in Kaua‘i’s Forests

A new study from Kauaʻi’s Alakaʻi Wilderness shows different how management may enable long-term survival of the Puaiohi, a critically endangered native thrush.
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March 03, 2017

ʻAlalā Project Plans Further Releases After Bird Deaths

Members of The ‘Alalā Project say that the reintroduction of captive-raised birds without the benefit of experienced ‘Alalā already in the wild is challenging.
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December 28, 2016

Endangered ʻAlalā Brought Back into Protective Aviary After 3 Deaths

Although the birds had been observed doing well and eating from feeders placed in the area, three ‘Alalā, or Hawaiian crow, were found dead over the last week.
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January 17, 2012

Maui Ocean Center Hosts Kealia Cleanup

The Maui Ocean Center will host its first voluntary public cleanup of the new year this coming weekend at Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge.
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March 10, 2010

Funding Considered for Kahikinui Watershed Protection and Haleakala Koa Forest Restoration

By Wendy Osher The state will consider the expenditure of more than $1 million in federal funds for six landowner incentive program projects across Hawaii.  Nearly half of the funding would go to Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development Inc. for watershed forest protection at Kahikinui, Maui.  The allocation would be used to protect an estimated... Read more »
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December 16, 2009

Maui Parrotbill Population Shows Signs of Stability

There’s new hope for a critically endangered forest bird on Maui.  Results from a two week survey conducted in September suggest that the Maui Parrotbill numbers are showing signs of stability. Teams from the Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project estimated there are about 20 parrotbills per square kilometer of forest, that’s more than double the... Read more »
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January 05, 2009


An adult nÄ“nÄ“ was killed on the road at Haleakalā National Park on Sunday (December 28, 2008).  Motorists traveling to the park are asked to please drive slowly and cautiously.  In addition to permanent signs along the park’s road to inform motorists of nÄ“nÄ“ crossing the road, park biologists placed special signs along areas where... Read more »
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