A seabird restoration project was initiated this week at Nuʻalolo Kai on the rugged and remote Nā Pali coast of Kauaʻi. The project is a partnership of multiple organizations and aims to restore seabird populations that have been lost from the site due to introduced predators.
It’s the time of year when we say ‘a hui hou’ to our seasonal seabird staff.
Thanks to Lindsey Scott, and Kaitlyn Jacobs for your hard work and dedication. It was great working with you!
World Wetlands Day
Dog enters ʻAʻO (Newell’s Shearwater) burrow on multiple occasions.
ARC Outreach at Kalaheo Elementary School
We spent the morning talking to Kalaheo Elementary School 4th Graders about seabird conservation – awesome to see so many enthusiastic children asking great questions about Kauai’s precious native seabirds.