Rainbow ʻAlalā Enamel Pin
The Alalā (“ah-lah-LAH”), or Hawaiian Crow, is an intelligent bird, revered in Hawaiian culture and the last of the Hawaiian crow species that once lived in the islands. Now extinct in the wild, Alalā are part of a breeding program run by the San Diego Zoo, with hopes of reintroducing them into the Hawaiian landscape. Birds like crows are an important part of forest ecosystems. They spread seeds across great distances as they fly, which encourages plant diversity and supports the overall health of the forest. Healthy native forests also mean a healthy watershed, something that is important to all of us!
- Hard enamel pin, black-nickel metal, gloss finish
- Measures about 1.5"
- Two pins on back, rubber pin stops
- Created from an original Wandering Finch illustration and also available in vinyl sticker form