Hawai‘i Wildlife Center
Nonprofit wildlife conservation center dedicated to the treatment and care of native birds and bats. Online store features a variety of items including logo wear, jewelry, home goods, and more!
Link to shop: www.hawaiiwildlifecenter.org/shop.html
Albatross of Kaua‘i
Follow Kaloakulua, from hatch to fledge, in this illustrated children’s book. In English with Hawaiian words. Included is a 48 minute DVD of live footage from the first ever albatross bird cam from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Then cuddle your own albatross adult and baby plushie.
Link to shop: www.AlbatrossOfKauai.com
Caren Loebel-Fried Art and Cards
From my studio in Volcano, Hawai’i, I create original block print art. Birds are my muse! Originals, museum quality prints, & cards are available in my online shop including WANDERING TATTLER, created for HIFB with Jack Jeffrey’s model!
Link to shop: www.etsy.com/shop/carenloebelfried/
Patrick Ching Art
Born in Hawaiʻi in 1962, Patrick Ching has spent a lifetime teaching people about nature through his art. He grew up exploring the valleys and shorelines of Hawaiʻi and at age sixteen decided to be a nature artist after seeing Hawaiian hawks in Pololū Valley for the first time. He then became a professional artist painting everything from coconuts to large murals. Patrick received a scholarship and attended the Otis/Parsons Art Institute in Los Angeles and the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, where he studied print making and Leeward College where he majored in ceramics. His most influential artistic mentors were Jim Rayker, Herb Kane, and international surrealist artist John Pitre. Patrick now travels internationally doing art projects, painting workshops, and live painting shows at resorts and events to raise money and awareness for various wildlife organizations. Original works, prints and giclées are available!
Learn more about Patrick’s books: www.patrickching.com
University of Hawai‘i Press
Mahalo for visiting the UH Press Virtual Exhibit! We are delighted to feature Volcano artist Caren Loebel-Fried’s newest book, MANU, THE BOY WHO LOVED BIRDS, a unique story for children about saving forest birds. See the book trailer video, download coloring sheets, and link to both the English and Hawaiian language editions by going to our Hawai‘i Conservation Conference webinar: http://go.hawaii.edu/Ch3. (Find a coupon code good through December 31 there too!) Visit our website to browse dozens of other titles on Hawai‘i’s nature, culture, history, and language.
Link to shop: uhpress.hawaii.edu