2023 is a big year for our small snails. Check out events and opportunities to get involved in the Year of the Kāhuli.
Governor Josh Green M.D. today issued a proclamation declaring 2023, the Year of the Kāhuli. These colorful native tree snails are not your garden variety type, but species that used to inhabit virtually every ecosystem across the state and have played a significant role in the natural and cultural life of Hawai‘i.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, NOAA, State of Hawaiʻi Seek Public Comment on Draft Restoration Plan Addendum and Supplemental Environmental Assessment [external link to fws.gov]
Bring Hawaiʻi's forests to your phone, computer, or virtual meeting
Watch the winning entries in the ʻŌlelo Youth Xchange student video challenge
Visit dlnr.hawaii.gov/kaniakapupu to take the tour and experience this site in a legal, respectful way.
After 38 years of conservation work in Hawaiʻi, Fern Duvall joins our list of Conservation Leaders. Watch our new video highlighting Fern’s work in bird conservation, as a Wildlife Biologist, and as the Maui Native… Read More »
Explore the reserve, read the draft plan, and share your voice