Pacific Bird Conservation is classified as a Non-Profit 501 (C) (3) in the State of Hawaii. Pacific Bird Conservation was formed in 2012 by Peter Luscomb and Herb Roberts as a way to continue the conservation work they started while working in zoos.
To advance the science of capturing and relocating endangered bird species and to coordinate the resources and expertise of zoos from around the world to assist with the scientific research, the design and implementation of conservation actions that are needed to ensure the conservation of native species.
1. Use captive management techniques to support wild populations
2. Establish new populations through translocation.
3. Establish captive populations that can support the wild population
4. Develop community programs that support conservation objectives
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