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President’s Perch on Maui fires; Volunteers needed; Using Bioacoustics and Machine Learning to Monitor Endangered Birds; O Pioneers!; and more!
Don’t forget to join us for the Walk for the Wild and the Hawai’i Island Festival of Birds!
In Memorium – Dr. Rob Shallenberger; Volunteers Needed!; Research Article: Pockets and Pathways to Invasion by Stephanie Mladinich; Article by Jack Jeffrey on the History of Nēnē at Hakalau; Peperomia: Pretty in a Pot; and more!
Also, don’t forget to visit us at the Hawai’i Conservation Conference!
Mahalo to all of our donors this year! Meet our new refuge staff and find ways to get involved with our volunteer trips. The big news is that our t-shirts are back, so order yours today! Check out the interesting talk by Dr. Fortini on environmental changes to Hakalau Forest, a tale of two species, and more.
Mahalo for all of your support this year! The Holoholo Challenge and Walk for the Wild were huge successes, and we are hopeful we can reach our endowmnet campaign goal. Check out the pig research article, Birds of Hawai’i Poetry and Prose Book Interview, naio information, and more.
So many exciting events! Be sure to check out the Endowment Campaign, join us on the Walk for the Wild on October 15th, and join the Holoholo Challenge during the month of October. There is also information about the latest refuge volunteer trips, the most beautiful ‘ōhi’a tree, and more.
New funding to protect birds from threats such as mosquitos; Volunteer Trips Resume; Research Post: Pockets and pathways to invasion: Monitoring avian disease-carrying mosquitoes in the face of climate change; Congratulations Baron; Refuge Bird Survey Summary, and more.
Watch the American Forests and Teaching Change Videos filmed on the preserve; Research Post: Machine learning to improve bioacoustic monitoring of endangered birds in Hawai`i; History of the Pua Akala Cabin by Leah Messer, The 227 crickets of Hawai’i, and more.