Art for Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge
This piece of art was created by Caren Loebel-Fried for Kilauea
Point National Wildlife Refuge to educate about its wildlife,
its beautiful and historic lighthouse, and the Hawaiian cultural
connection with this Kauai treasure. To learn more about Kilauea
Point, and the work that USFWS is doing there, click here:
To learn about Kilauea Point Natural History Association, the
non-profit organization that works closely with the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service team to support conservation, education,
and preservation efforts for the precious wildlife of Kaua‘i,
Art for Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and Battle for Midway
piece of art was created by Caren Loebel-Fried for the USFWS to
celebrate and support Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, the
Battle of Midway Memorial, and the deep Hawaiian roots throughout
Papahanaumokuakea, the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
learn more about Midway Atoll, the wildlife, the Battle at Midway,
and the work that USFWS is doing there, click
observed Wisdom the laysan albatross while on Midway. Wisdom,
the oldest known wild bird (over 64 years old) who is still laying
eggs and raising chicks, was nesting in front of the room where
Caren stayed. Wisdom is a great inspiration! Click
here for info on Wisdom.
Click here to learn the story behind the art!
Midway Atoll with your purchase of art merchandise at www.friendsofmidway.org.
educational art about extinct species in Hawai’i. This art features
the beautiful Hawai’i ‘O’o and was created for Conservation
Council for Hawai?i, for an educational poster distributed to
all schools in Hawai?i.
information about Conservation for Hawai’i, please click here:
Drawings for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, for
new Passport Stamps for the 26 Pacific Remote Refuges and Monuments
Hawaiian Monk Seal
work commissioned by the Conservation Council for Hawai'i’s
annual wildlife poster, which will be distributed to all schools
throughout the Hawaiian Islands in the Spring of 2014. Endemic
to Hawai'i, the monk seal is the most endangered mammal in the
world, with only about 1000 individuals left in Hawai'i. Learn
Council for Hawai’i:
for purchase now!
from sales of this print go to CCH and protecting the Hawaiian