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Frequently Asked Questions about the Programmatic EIS for Rodents and Mongoose
OEQC Publishes Preparation Notice for Rodent & Mongoose Control PEIS
PEIS Information Sheet

Rodents and Mongooses in the News

Rats and Their Alarming Bugs
Hawaii Public Radio – Kahana Haiki Valley
Video of PPHNS on KHON

Aloha and Welcome

The Partnership to Protect Hawai‘i’s Native Species is a collaborative effort between state and federal institutions to safely remove rats and mongoose from our islands to protect and restore Hawai‘i’s native species and the health and welfare of Hawai‘i’s residents.

This website was created as a tool to facilitate community involvement during conservation efforts and planning. Visitors to the site will find information regarding the project during all of its stages. We welcome you to the website and invite you to explore all of the resources it offers.

The State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources and the US Fish and Wildlife Service are seeking comments regarding their proposed Rodent and Mongoose Control Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement.

You can Get Involved by following the link to our Public Involvement page.

Check Out the Partnership’s Video…

 

Iiwi in Hanawi Natural Area Reserve.  Photo by Eric VanderWerf – Pacific Rim Conservation

Iiwi in Hanawi Natural Area Reserve.
Photo by Eric VanderWerf – Pacific Rim Conservation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sea turtle hatchlings. Photo by Eldridge Naboa

Honu ‘ea (hawksbill sea turtle) hatchlings.
Photo by Eldridge Naboa