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Join our efforts to protect wildlife in 2015

by Hannah Bernard, President

Hannah Bernard - photo by Jason MooreAs we complete our 18th year as one of Hawaii's smallest, yet most influential nonprofits, I am thankful for the help and support we have received. Our many projects are possible only because of our strong ohana, our family of friends.  Mahalo!

Since 1996, Hawaii Wildlife Fund has helped protect the endangered sea turtles, monk seals, beaches and coral reefs of Hawaii through research, education, conservation and advocacy. Because our educators teach residents and visitors ways to respect and care for our environment, our own efforts are multiplied as others join our cause.

We operate much like first responders in the field of endangered species recovery, rarely taking time to reflect on our accomplishments. But we have made great progress!

> How HWF has made a difference in 2014

It's thanks to people like you who volunteer in the field with us or donate funds to keep us going that we have successes to share.

For more information about HWF's efforts, please browse through our website or find us on Facebook or Instagram.

Me ka mahalo,

Hannah Bernard, President
Hawaii Wildlife Fund

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