Kim Steutermann Rogers is a freelance journalist living on Kaua`i and covering, mostly, the unique and often endangered species of Hawai`i’s flora and fauna. Follow her writing at http://www.kimsrogers.com.
August 29, 2017 — The teenage years aren't easy for young Laysan Albatross as they awkwardly grow into flight feathers. This is the third story in our series about efforts to create a new albatross colony in Hawaii, one egg at a time.
March 29, 2017 — In Hawaii, conservationists dutifully tend to downy Laysan Albatross chicks at a new nesting colony created to ensure the species’ future. This is the second of three stories about efforts to save the birds, one egg at a time.
January 25, 2017 — Laysan Albatross stubbornly nest in the same spot year after year—even if it’s next to a U.S. Navy runway in Hawaii. This is the first of three stories about efforts to save them, one egg at a time.