Tokens of Appreciation

For Donors, several tokens of appreciation are available, depending on the level of donation:  Note Cards, Travel Mug, Logo t-shirts, "Beers for Birds" t-shirts, Birds not Rats! T-shirts, and the children's book "Who Am I? A Kauai Forest Bird Guessing Game". All come with a small card containing a description of KFBRP's work and a list of "What you can do" to help birds. All art donated by Eleanor Grosch and Rebecca Williams. To acquire any of these items, please drop by our office or call us at 808-335-5078. We accept checks or payment via PayPal - see the Donate page.

Kaua'i Forest Bird Magnets - First Edition - Collectables!

These beautiful square magnets will look great on your fridge and remind you of Kaua'is beautiful forest birds every day.

This is the first set of 5 magnets, including the endangered species Puaiohi, Akikiki and Akeke'e as well as the I'iwi, one of the most ioconic birds of the Hawaiian Island and our logo!

Suggested donation is:

$5 for one magnet of your choice

$10 for three magnets of your choice

$15 for 5 magnets of your choice.

Children's Book "Who am I? A Kaua'i Forest Bird Guessing Game"

($12 suggested donation)

Written by Kaila Ritchie and illustrated by Kayleigh Chalkowski for our children, this book contains fun educational information about Kaua'i's beautiful forest birds.

 

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Set of four note cards

($10 suggested donation)

Blank inside featuring one photo of each of the three endangered forest bird species on Kauai, and a fourth card with artwork by Eleanor Grosch showcasing all three species together. Envelopes and a description of the cards are included.

Steel 16 oz travel mugs

($16 suggested donation)

Bearing either the KFBRP logo on the front, and a black and white motif of the three endangered species on the back by graphic artist Rebecca Williams.

OR

Featuring abstract artwork by Eleanor Grosch of the three endangered species and ohia blossoms set against a purple background on the front.

 Logo/motto t-shirts

($25 suggested donation; $18 for children's

Featuring the KFBRP logo on the front and our motto a black and white motif of the three endangered species on the back by graphic artist Rebecca Williams (suggested donation $25; children's $18).

Please inquire for available colors and sizes.

KFBRP Art t-shirts

($25 suggested donation; $18 for children's)

Featuring abstract artwork by Eleanor Grosch of the three endangered species and ohia blossoms!

Please inquire for available colors and sizes.

"Beers for Birds" T-shirts ($18 suggested donation)

Created for our event at the Kauai Beer Company in October 2015, these shirts feature our endangered forest birds on the front, and the Kauai Beer Co. logo on the back. Women's and Men's sizes available. (Women's shirts run slightly large)

Only a few left! Please inquire for available sizes!

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***** Local Artist Supporting the Kaua'i Forest Bird Recovery Project *****

The Art of Conservation

A Gift from Malie

A Gift from Malie focuses on reusing plastics that would normally end up in our landfills and turning them into something beautiful. I collect a variety of plastics from around the island including but not limited to beverage containers, shampoo and conditioner bottles, food containers, shipping materials, plastic bags, and packaging plastics. All materials are thoroughly cleaned before being reused. I then cut out my designs by hand before decorating and embossing certain pieces or working them into my wire wrapped creations. Heat may be used in embossing and shaping plastics.

Visit her webpage or Esty shop to purchase:

http://agiftfrommalie.com/

https://www.etsy.com/shop/AGiftFromMalie?ref=l2-shopheader-name

or find her on Kaua'i at Creative Ohana in Kalaheo!

Dan Cruces Wildlife Art

Born and raised in Northern California, Dan’s appreciation of birds and other wildlife came at a very early age. Encouraged by his mother and father to pursue his artistic flairs, Dan began sketching, then carving waterfowl and other native and migratory birds. His constant strive for realism won him several awards in competitions, fairs, etc., and inspired him to continue his pursuit of visually interpreting nature’s creatures.

He supports the Kaua'i Forest Bird Recovery Project with his bronze sculptures of Hawaiian Forest Birds.

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