Conservation Council for Hawai‘i
Working Today for the Nature of Tomorrow!

ANNUAL WILDLIFE POSTERS

Since the 1970s, Conservation Council for Hawai‘i has produced annual wildlife posters and teacher’s guides for Hawaii’s schools. With support from CCH members and poster partners, the wildlife poster is now distributed free of charge to every public, charter, private, and Hawaiian language immersion school in the state. Posters are also provided to environmental and Native Hawaiian organizations, libraries, government agencies, elected officials, and CCH members and supporters! Some of the posters are sold by educational outlets and natural history associations.

In 2006, the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands were declared a national monument. The 2006 poster features this very special place. CCH commissioned wildlife artist and biologist Patrick Ching to produce the original art.

Teacher's guide to 2006 CCH wildlife poster

The 2005 wildlife poster celebrates the special plants and animals found on Mauna Kea ("White Mountain"), on the Big Island of Hawaii.

The 2004 wildlife poster celebrates the endangered ‘akiapōlā‘au forest bird and its favorite habitat, the koa forest.

The 2003 wildlife poster showcases Hawai‘i’s Natural Area Reserves System.

CCH WILDLIFE POSTERS
1975

We Care About Hawaiian Wildlife Habitat

1977

Hawaii’s Native Streams

1980

Mālama Home O Palila

1982

Io, Hawaiian Hawk

1983

Hawaii’s Wildlife Belongs to All of Us

1984

Kuu Home: Our Homes are Hawaii’s Wetlands

1985

Hawaiian Humpbacks Whaling Wall VI by Wyland

1988

Hawaiian Forests are More than Trees

1989

Hawaii’s Amazing Mini Predators

1990

Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Āina I Ka Pono. The Care of the Earth Begins Within Each of Us.

1991

Hawaii’s Leeward Dryland Forest

1992

Sunrise or Sunset for Hawaii’s Birds?

1993

Wao Kele Lahaole O Hawaii Nei. Hawaii’s Unique Rainforests.

1994

Keep Hawaii’s Forests Hawaiian: Control Species Pollution

1995

Hawaiian Habitats: Living with Nature from Mountain to Sea. Ahupuaa: Ko Kula Uka, Ko Kula Kai.

1996

Life in Wetlands, Where Land & Water Meet. Ka Wai Ola: Living Waters.

1997

Coral Reefs of Hawaii: Foundations for Coastal Communities

1998

The Future of Our Lands is in Our Hands. He Alii Ka Āina, He Kauwā Ke Kanaka.

1999

Hawaii’s Lei of Endangered Native Life: A World Heritage!

2000

Discover Island Wildlife: Hawaiian Native Stream Life

2001

Look Carefully at the Various Native Plants & Animals in Your Community

2002

Puu Waawaa: Native Treasure or Alien Wasteland?

2003

Natural Area Reserves System Hawaii: NARS E Hoomau

2004 Celebrating the Akiapōlāau
2005 Mauna Kea Kuahiwi Kūhao I Ka Mālie. Mauna Kea, Mountain that Stands Alone in the Calm.
2006

I Nā Moku Manamana No Ka Mua Aku! Cherish the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands for Future Generations!

Nov. 14, 2006