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One of the critically rare native Hawaiian crows appears to be incubating an egg, but first-time parents are not usually successful.
Researchers are using satellite collars and other new tools to improve efforts to identify, isolate and dispose of the cats that pose the biggest risk.
The critically endangered Newell’s shearwater and Hawaiian petrel were thought to be living almost exclusively on Kauai.
NOAA rescued the two malnourished pups in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands amid fears they wouldn’t survive the winter.
In a “conservation conundrum,” projects to produce more clean energy are a threat to Hawaii’s only native land mammal.
A Senate bill would promote the hiring of more federal botanists and encourage the use of native plants in federal projects.
A state agency opposes the trap-neuter-return-manage strategy, but Honolulu just ponied up $300,000 for the program.
The ‘i’iwi, or scarlet honeycreeper, was widespread until a warming planet constricted its habitat.
Several years ago, the state stopped the infestation of leather mudweed by pulling up 3 million pounds of the algae. Now it’s back.