New logo, same love of birds

After consulting with ‘elepaio expert, Eric VanderWerf, Kate Righter has redesigned Hawaiʻi Audubon’s logo. The late Ron Walker, HAS’s beloved volunteer, lifetime member, and past director, designed the current one 48 years ago.

The update includes:
1. An ʻokina in Hawaiʻi, and a font change to match the ʻElepaio Journal (Source Serif).
2. Color to make the logo more friendly and modern.
3. The same pose and circle to keep the logo recognizable as HAS.
4. The image of the ‘Oahu species, the only one of Hawaiʻi’s three ʻelepaio (others are Kauaʻi and Hawaiʻi) federally listed as endangered.

Previous Hawaiʻi Audubon Society logos: