‘Alalā HAWAIIAN CROW
Dimensions: 8 x 8 inches
Medium: mixed media on hardboard
Year Created: 2016
Additional Details: The ‘alalā are a species of crow in the Pacific Islands and their name means 'Cry like a child'. These birds are extinct in the wild, though some conservationists are trying to integrate captive ones back into their native habitat. These crows are considered the most endangered of the family corvidae. Read more about the ‘alalā here.
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