Birds, not Rats!
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The Kaua‘i Forest Bird Recovery Project aims to promote knowledge, appreciation, and conservation of Kaua‘i's native forest birds. Our efforts focus primarily on three federally endangered species: the Puaiohi, ‘Akikiki, and ‘Akeke‘e, with the goal of facilitating recovery of their populations in the wild.
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June 21, 2015
The Earth has entered a "new period of extinction", a study by three US universities concludes, and humans could be among the first casualties.
June 05, 2015
#TropicalThursday The Palila, a native Hawaiian honeycreeper, is among the imperiled species that will benefit from $5.7 million in grants through the Service's State Wildlife Grants program. Our partners at the Hawai’i Department of Land and Natural Resources will be enhancing and restoring habitat to protect native bird populations in Hawaii's native forests. These competitive grants focus on large-scale conservation projects to conserve and recover species of greatest conservation need and are matched by more than $2.9 million in non-federal funds from states and their partners. Learn more at 1.usa.gov/1cwBxfQ Photo Credit: Paul Chang USFWS
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