Alala Chicks: Time to Move Out of Mom and Dad’s House!

Alala Chicks: Time to Move Out of Mom and Dad’s House!

Last year was momentous at the Keauhou Bird Conservation Center in Hawaii. For the first time in over 20 years, alala (Hawaiian crows) successfully hatched and reared their own chicks in managed care, completely unassisted!   read more

Nene Nest Fest 2014!

Nene Nest Fest 2014!

This year, three pairs of captive-bred nene returned to nest at the Conservation Center. All but one of the birds in these three pairs hatched in here and were released into the wild.   read more

Maui Bird Center Open House 2013: A Retrospection

Maui Bird Center Open House 2013: A Retrospection

We worked tirelessly preparing for the Open House for months, cultivating an atmosphere that expresses a sense of urgency while simultaneously instilling feelings of hope for the future of these birds found only in Hawaii.   read more

Alala Puppet Outreach at the Fair

Alala Puppet Outreach at the Fair

The main attraction to our part of the booth was the alala brown paper bag puppet that could be colored and pasted to take home.   read more

Open House: Keauhou Bird Conservation Center

Open House: Keauhou Bird Conservation Center

The Keauhou Bird Conservation Center in Hawaii will be hosting an Open House on December 14 and 15, 2013. The Center is one of two facilities that make up the Hawaii Endangered Bird Conservation Program.   read more