Through our Canines for Conservationists (C4C) program, we collaborate with Hawaii’s researchers, wildlife biologists and natural resource managers to address specific conservation needs and challenges. CDH is able to assist with any of the following tasks:

  • Proof-of-concept projects to determine the feasibility of a new target species or application
  • Pilot projects to test larger scale operational programs
  • Research study design
  • Gathering of statistics based on data collected during contracts/projects (e.g. detection distances, detection rates)
  • PowerPoint presentations for conferences and meetings
  • Reports

If you are interested in having us do a scent detection workshop or presentation for your organization before a collaboration, please see more details about our free Education Program.

Photo Above: CDH Lead Trainer Kyoko learns about the survey environment from Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge biologist Kim Uyehara.