Hawaii Wildlife Center | Ruhl Walker


Hawaii Wildlife Center | Ruhl Walker

23:28 09 August in Architecture, Wildlife Center

08-09-2018:MODERNi: The Hawai’i Wildlife Center ( is a non-profit conservation organization which operates Hawai`i’s first wildlife recovery and rehabilitation center on a former sugarcane plantation in North Kohala, on the Big Island of Hawai`i. The organization is dedicated to the islands’ endangered native wildlife through hands-on treatment, research, training, and scientific, environmental, and cultural programs. The structure consists of three integrated and sustainably designed components: a treatment facility, a native species garden propagated and maintained by a neighboring school, and an open-air lanai and pavilion for educational and community outreach. The response facility includes a sequence of spaces specifically designed for the treatment of birds during man-made disasters, such as oil spills…Read More!


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