Science Coordinator for Hawaii
Adonia has been involved with wetland conservation in Hawaii since 2004. With a B.A. in Geography and M.S. in Wildlife Science, Adonia has a passion for understanding the physical processes that drive wetland function and provide resources required by wetland dependent wildlife.
Currently based in King Salmon, Alaska, where she enjoys cross-country skiing, Adonia continues to consult on wetland conservation and habitat management for Hawaii's endangered waterbirds. She also teaches wetland and waterfowl ecology workshops throughout the U.S. and facilitates wetland restoration design by linking hydrologic and geomorphic processes with biological objectives.