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Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project
|Title:||Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project|
|Geographic Scope:||Maui Island, Hawaii, USA|
|Description:||The Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project is driven by science and dedicated to the conservation of Hawaii’s native forest ecosystems.
Formed in 1997, our mission is: to develop and implement techniques that recover Maui’s endangered birds and to restore their habitats through research, development, and application of conservation techniques.
MFBRP was created by: the State of Hawaii Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) and the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). Our efforts are funded and guided by these agencies to accomplish state and federal recovery actions. Guidance also is sought from partners including but not limited to the East Maui Watershed Partnership, Haleakala National Park, Leeward Haleakala Watershed Restoration Partnership, The American Bird Conservancy, The Nature Conservancy, The Zoological Society of San Diego, and West Maui Watershed Partnership.
MFBRP operates as a part of the Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit, Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii.