- Fostering public understanding, enjoyment, and conservation of the natural and cultural resources of the Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge and its surrounding ecosystems;
- Providing volunteer assistance on important Refuge projects;
- Working with elected officials in support of the Refuge mission, and
- Raising funds to help support the purposes and goals of the Refuge.
For more information on the Refuge, see:
- The offical page of the Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge
- A location map of Hakalau Forest
- Topographic basemap of Hakalau section of the Hakalau Forest NWR
Saturday January 21, 2017
USDA Forest Service Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry
60 Nowelo St., Hilo, HI
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Guest Speaker: Bryce Masuda, Hawai‘i Endangered Bird Conservation Program, San Diego Zoo
“Releasing the ‘Alala”
Membership required; applications will be available at the event, $25 for individuals and $35 for families
Lines of young koa trees extend the forests into the upper pastures. Photo by J. B. Friday. Title bar photos by Jack Jeffrey.