The ʻalalā (Hawaiian crow) has been extinct in the wild since 2002.
Conservationists on Hawaiʻi Island established a captive breeding program in 1999 to bolster the ʻalalā population. Today, more than 100 ʻalalā exist in captivity and are being reintroduced into the wild.
1" enamel pin with secure double-backing
Artwork by Kayleigh Chalkowski and Danya Weber