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Maya Higa was born on May 24, 1998, and is an American conservationist, falconer, wildlife observer, Twitch streamer, and YouTuber (age 24). She is the founder of Austin, Texas’ Alveus Refuge, a non-profit special animal sanctuary and digital learning center. Prior to then, she was dating the news anchor Mizkif.
Maya and her siblings were raised in Northern California on a farm. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications and agricultural education from Cal Poly State College in San Luis Obispo.
In February 2019, Higa made the decision to continue the conversation with the two men she had met. They advise Higa to begin streaming on Twitch, which she did following some conversation. Prior to launching her young red-tailed hawk, her early streams mainly consisted of singing and engaging in conversation with viewers. Later, the video was posted to the r/LiveStreamFails subreddit and quickly became popular. Her programming was noticeably distinct from other broadcasters’ because falconry and wildlife rehabilitators had previously been absent from the platform, which helped her attract more attention.
Knowing she could inform Twitch viewers about wildlife, she made the decision to devote more of her work to her passion. By arranging a fundraising event for the local homeless coalition, where she had previously volunteered, she attracted media attention after turning twenty. The stream brought in $32,000.
Maya later crossed paths with Mizkif, another streamer, with whom she initially corresponded over Discord. After several online dates and broadcasting attempts to assemble her laptop, Mizkif extends an invitation to Maya to fly abroad and meet in person thanks to a large donation from a fan.
Even though they had no intention of becoming together, it did happen. Higa launched Conservation Solid in July 2019, a podcast where listeners may learn about animals and gather knowledge from environmentalists, nature lovers, and science communicators.
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