The full report entitled, Assessing the potential of translocating vulnerable forest birds by searching for novel and enduring climatic ranges by Lucas B. Fortini, Lauren R. Kaiser, Adam E. Vorsino, Eben H. Paxton, and James D. Jacobi, can be viewed here.
In this article, Ruby Pap explains why climate change may become a serious threat to Kauaʻiʻs forest birds.
Audubon shared a very unique story about a teacher from India who worked to get an asteroid named after our very own Akikiki.
Our work, as well as Kaua’i Endangered Seabird Recovery Project’s work, are features of a story in Sunset Magazine titled “Birds of Paradise”
An article by The Huffington Post discusses the grim future for Hawaii’s birds, if strong action is not taken. It is predicted that by 2100, all 3 of our endangered birds will lose 100% of their habitat.