Hawai‘i Wildlife Center’s Annual Birthday Bash
HAPPY BIRDDAYS! 2020
Celebrate the Hawai‘i Wildlife Center’s 9th birthday social-distancing style!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2020 | 10:00AM – 3:00PM
at the Hawai‘i Wildlife Center, 53-324 Lighthouse Rd. Kapa‘au, HI 96755
There is no cost to participate.
AT THE CENTER: Drive-Thru Celebration
Drive through our parking lot to pick up your FREE goodie bag, while supplies last. Everyone in your car can get one! Please wear your masks.
Donations will also be accepted and you can win prizes too!
Na Kupuna ‘O Kohala Performance
Halau Kalaniumi a Liloa and Na Kupuna ‘O Kohala have been performing for our annual celebrations ever since our grand opening in 2011. When we had to scale down and distance this year, we were bummed because we thought we were going to miss out. We are so grateful that Na Kupuna o Kohala came to us for this performance!
Hawai‘i Wildlife Center Update
Here’s a virtual update on what’s been going on at HWC. We’ll miss doing facility tours with you all this year, but at least you’ll be able to catch up on some patients!
Talk Story with HWC’s Veterinarian
In case you missed the talk story with Dr. Juan at the recent Hawai‘i Island Festival of Birds, here it is!
Community BIRD ART Collage
This year we are also doing a community BirdDays collage. Draw any native bird or bat and send us your artwork to be included in the collage! If you need some help, feel free to download any of the bird outlines below to complete and send in as your artwork contribution.
Here’s how to get your artwork to us to be included in the collage:
Mail: Hawaii Wildlife Center, P.O. Box 551752 Kapaau, HI 96755
In Person: Drop it off at our front door ahead of the event (we’ll have a box out where you can drop off your artwork) or drop it off when you drive up at BirdDays!
FROM HOME: Celebrate with Party Pueo
See where Party Pueo has been!
Support the Hawai‘i Wildlife Center
Support HWC with a special birthday gift! Your donations have helped up save many native bird and bats at the HWC wildlife hospital and have helped create more opportunities for native wildlife conservation in Hawai‘i. Let’s keep moving forward!