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Investing in a future for our endangered birds and their habitats

Hawaii Division of Forestry and Wildlife

The mission of DLNR’s Division of Forestry and Wildlife is to responsibly manage and protect watersheds, native ecosystems, and cultural resources and provide outdoor recreation and sustainable forest products opportunities, while facilitating partnerships, community involvement and education.

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Na Koa Manu Conservation

Furthering conservation in Hawaii by supporting research, management, and awareness of native ecosystems. NKMC works to protect and recover native Hawaiian bird populations by supporting conservation research and management activities of like-minded organizations, institutions, agencies and the public.

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American Bird Conservancy

The problems facing birds today are complex. ABC targets solutions with an elegantly simple and effective framework that ensures efforts are put where they matter most. ABC is a key partner and funder for MFBRP as well as numerous Hawaii conservation efforts. 

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MFBRP was formed by the State of Hawaiʻi Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). While our efforts are funded and guided by these agencies to accomplish state and federal recovery actions, public funds are not adequate to complete the recovery actions necessary for any of the Maui forest bird species. MFBRP is also a project under two local non-profits, Nā Koa Manu Conservation, Inc., and Tri-Isle RC&D Council, Inc., which expand our capabilities for raising private funds.

We operate on a shoestring budget and MFBRP prides itself in using these funds as efficiently as possible for the largest conservation benefit. While public funds provide half to two thirds of our annual operating costs, the rest is fulfilled by small grants, corporate donations as well as a quarter of the annual MFBRP operating budget that is made up from private donations of all sizes.

While fundraising is key to the success of MFBRP, we are also able to reduce our project costs by using volunteers as much as possible. We are humbled by the number of dedicated and passionate people that have helped MFBRP in everything from fieldwork, to office work, to report writing and more.

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