ʻIʻIwi- Photo by C.R. Kohley

‘I‘iwi Receives Protection Under Endangered Species Act

The ʻIʻiwi will now be protected as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act, according to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service news release. For Kauaʻi Magazine covers the story in this article.

'Akikiki- Photo by Patrick Blake

Audubon Society Works to Get Asteroid Named after ‘Akikiki

Audubon shared a very unique story about a teacher from India who worked to get an asteroid named after our very own Akikiki.

Puaiohi-Photo by Pauline Roberts

Closing of the Puaiohi Captive Breeding Program

The closing of the Puaiohi captive breeding program, and their release into the wild was covered by The Garden Island , KITV, and a video was released by San Diego Zoo Global on their website.

'Elepaio-Photo by Patrick Blake

Birds of Paradise Featured in Sunset Magazine

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”

Kauai 'Amakiki- Photo by Lucas Behnke

Huffington Post Discusses Grim Future for Hawaii’s Forest Birds

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.

'Akikiki-Photo by Lucas Behnke

‘Akeke’e & ‘Akikiki Eggs Hatched

We made the front page of the Garden Island newspaper when the ‘Akikiki and ‘Akeke’e eggs we collected hatched! We were also featured on KHON 2 news, the San Diego Zoo blog, and Voice of America news.

Bird Conservation Magazine

Cali Crampton’s Work Featured in ABC’s Magazine, Bird Conservation

Project Manager, Lisa “Cali” Crampton, is interviewed about our current work for ABC’S magazine “Bird Conservation”

'Amakihi-Photo by Jeremy Russell

Midweek Features Birds not Rats Campaign

Check out the latest article in Midweek highlighting our Birds, not Rats! crowdfunding campaign, and how it will benefit Kauai’s forest birds.


Americorp Intern, Kayla Bonnette, on Nemesis Bird

Americorps intern Kayla Bonnette’s short blog featured on birding website Nemesis Bird about our Birds, not Rats! campaign.