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Extinction is one of those things that happens very slowly at first, and then all of a sudden a species is gone forever.
In the following video, KFBRP’s leader, Lisa “Cali” Crampton and Teya Penniman introduce the Birds not Mosquitos Initiative. Cali will introduce you to Kauaʻi’s forest birds and update you on their status and threats, along with strategies to combat these threats.
In a recent article in Audubon Magazine titled, Mosquitoes to the Rescue! The Last-Ditch Effort to Save Kaua’i’s Endangered Birds, author Lorraine Boissoneault covers the use of a bacteria to reduce mosquito populations.
Volunteer opportunities include, administrative support, outreach, accounting, IT, mending, organizing, and light carpentry work.
Our forest cams monitor wildlife near A-24 rodent control traps. Volunteer opportunities include photo sorting and equipment maintenance.
KFBRP deploys mosquito traps on the Alakaʻi Plateau to help determine mosquito population dynamics. Volunteer opportunities may include equipment maintenance and decontamination.
In a recent story in the Garden Island Newspaper, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has moved to declare four Kaua‘i forest birds extinct. The birds are among 23 plants and animals nationally, including nine from Hawai‘i, that are slated for removal from the endangered-species list due to lack of evidence indicating their survival. None […]