(Media includes independent projects involving CDH’s K9 trainer Kyoko Johnson)

Civil Beat Article 2022

Reporter Alicia Lou interviewed us and shadowed one of our dog teams for a devil weed survey.

Weed Control Workshop 2022

We were invited to talk about our Devil Weed Detection Dog program at the 2022 Weed Control Workshop, which also featured presentations from various Hawai‘i conservation agencies.

PBS Hawai‘i Home is Here

In 2021, the PBS crew shadowed us during field surveys and also interviewed us about our projects and mission.

K9 Conservationists Podcast

We got to sit down with podcast host Kayla Fratt and biologist Charles Van Rees to talk about the unique ecosystems of the Hawaiian islands, and a few of the projects we are working on.

Audubon Magazine – These Dogs Are a Bird’s Best Friend

The article mentions the study that our trainer co-wrote, and Hanalei NWR’s K9 program that CDH helped to establish.

What to Know Before Hiring a Conservation Dog Team

In late 2021, we were invited by the K9 Conservationists podcast. The interview “What to Know Before Hiring a Conservation Dog Team” is broken up into two parts: Part 1 and Part 2

We, along with Jennifer Hartman of Rogue Detection Teams, share information that researchers and biologists might find helpful when deciding to start a detection dog project or hiring a K9 team.

Conservation K9 Podcast

Science advisor Michelle Reynolds and K9 trainer Kyoko Johnson talked with host James Davis about CDH’s programs, as well as discussing general conservation dog training topics.

Wildlife Wednesdays Presentation

This virtual presentation was hosted by Hawaii Public Library System and the Kaua‘i National Wildlife Refuge Complex. In addition to talking about our current, past and future projects, we talked about important considerations when implementing a K9 project for wildlife conservation.

Podcast Interview with Working Dog Collective

Season 1 Episode 9 interview with the Seattle-based pawdcast


Podcast interview with Working Dog Radio

Episode 133: Dead duck, crazy ants and mongooses, oh my! With Conservation Dogs of Hawaii⁣

2021 O‘ahu MVP Award for Hawai‘i Invasive Species Awareness Month

State Senator Mike Gabbard virtually presents the award on behalf the Hawaiʻi Invasive Species Council.

Johnston Atoll Yellow Crazy Ants

Dogs sniff out good news for seabirds at Johnston Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

Vice News Video Story

The detection dog segment starts at 7:48.