News & Events

Aloha all ʻAlalā friends and followers, We are excited to announce that we will be holding an online public presentation via Zoom! This presentation will be on August 18th at 1:00 pm Hawaiʻi time. The presentation will include the same information as our in-person presentations such as speciesʻ biology information about the ʻAlalā, the history ...
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  Aloha ʻAlalā friends and followers, We are having to reschedule the upcoming Lyman Museum presentation. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The new dates for this presentation will be July 27th and 28th. Presentations will be held at 7:00 pm on July 27th and 3:00 pm on July 28th. Please see the ...
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Lyman Museum Presentation

Posted on Jul 1, 2020 in News & Events

Patricia E. Saigo Public Program Series Lyman Museum Hilo, HI July 13th at 7:00 pm July 14th at 3:00 pm At this time we are planning on providing our first in-person outreach presentation at the Lyman Museum in Hilo, HI! Rachel Kingsley, Education and Outreach Associate for The ‘Alalā Project will be presenting on Monday, July 13th ...
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We have created a crossword puzzle to learn all about ʻAlalā! Click on the photo and you can print it out. Stumped on one of the clues? Spend some time exploring our website for the answers!

Kupu Internship Posting

Posted on Apr 16, 2020 in News & Events

Are you a student interested in conservation and ʻAlalā? Have you ever wanted to be a part of The ʻAlalā Project? Hereʻs your chance! We are looking to fill two internship positions. These positions are being offered by Kupu Hawaii as part of their Conservation Leadership Development Program. The ʻAlalā Project hosted positions are a year-long ...
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Response to Covid-19

Posted on Mar 23, 2020 in News & Events

To ensure the safety of our staff and our community we have decided to cancel all education and outreach events until further notice. We will be continuing to take care of and monitor the released birds and have implemented safety measures for our staff. We are hoping you, your family, and your friends all stay ...
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‘ALALĀ PROJECT LOOKS TO THE NEXT STAGE OF RECOVERY   (Hilo) – When the first group (cohort) of ‘Alalā (Hawaiian crow) was released in 2016, researchers and scientists knew that the project would encounter obstacles and challenges. Recovering this iconic Hawaiian species would require dedication, coordination, and adaptation. The ‘Alalā Project is now in the ...
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Through intensive conservation efforts, over 20 ‘Alalā, the endemic and endangered Hawaiian crow, have been reintroduced in native Hawaiian forests. Rachel Kingsley, education and outreach association for The ‘Alalā Project, will provide an update on the reintroduced birds. Part of Hawai‘i Volcanoes’ ongoing After Dark in the Park series. Free (park entrance fees apply). Presentation will ...
Read More After Dark in the Park-Reintroduction of the ʻAlalā: Two Years Later

On November 21st, 2019 at 5:30 pm Rachel Kingsley, Education & Outreach Associate for The ʻAlalā Project, will be giving a public presentation on the reintroduction efforts of ʻAlalā. This free lecture event will be held at the Mokupāpapa Discovery Center located at 76 Kamehameha Avenue in Hilo, HI. For more information contact: Clayton Watkins, (808)933-8184 ...
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ADDITIONAL ‘ALALĀ RELEASED INTO NATURAL AREA RESERVE ON HAWAI‘I ISLAND Two Years Later, Reintroduction Efforts Continue for Hawai‘i’s Native Crow   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sept. 23, 2019 This September, seven additional ʻAlalā were released into the Puʻu Makaʻala Natural Area Reserve (NAR) on the windward slopes of Mauna Loa. This release is part of the ...
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