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.
10% of proceeds supports Native Hawaiian flora and fauna conservation.
1" enamel pin with secure double-backing
Artwork by Kayleigh Chalkowski and Danya Weber