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Scientists are racing to eradicate disease-carrying mosquitoes from forests, but to some a solution still feels like forever away.
The Interior Department has reduced the level of protection for Hawaii’s state bird.
Nine cold, wet, showerless days crawling on my knees in the mud on the side of a mountain. What’s not to love?
The tiny Hawaii forest bird, threatened by climate change and habitat loss, is finding additional support from 7,000 miles away.
Will Haines is intent on protecting the endangered damselfly from frogs, fish and other predators.
Wespac has proposed easing federal regulations on the incidental entangling of loggerhead turtles by commercial longliners.
The revised Endangered Species Act regulations flabbergasted environmentalists who are concerned about warding off more extinctions.
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.