“MAKAHIKI O NĀ MANU NAHELE: YEAR OF THE FOREST BIRDS” It’s official: The year 2024 is for the birds, thanks to Governor Josh Green signing the proclamation. At yesterday’s event, Hawai’i Audubon Society’s President, Susan Scott, spoke about our organization’s long commitment to the protection, education, and joy of birds. Thanks to conservation efforts by […]
The Hawaiʻi Audubon Society, a nonprofit organization since 1939, is looking for a fulltime Operations Manager. Annual starting salary is $50,000, plus health insurance, with increase potential. Work at home and/or in the HAS office, with some outreach. Job Description: This position requires a willingness to do what needs to be done to keep Hawaii
Give a Year of Bird Joy Share the love of birds by giving a friend or family member a year-long membership to Hawaiʻi Audubon Society! We’ll notify the recipient of your gift. Membership includes: Email or print version of the ‘Elepaio Journal (6/year) Bird news and event notices Volunteer opportunities The knowledge that youʻre helping make a difference
In addition to being adorable, entertaining, and sometimes hilarious, birds are an important part of island life. We encourage students to join us in celebrating all birds by participating in our Bird Cartoon Contest! SUBJECT You can choose any bird in Hawai’i as your subject (native birds given preference). Comics can be funny or factual.
Written by Pete Donaldson On Sunday morning, December 3, 2023, ten of us gathered in Ala Moana Beach Park for a bird walk. I am the compiler for the Honolulu Christmas Bird Count. Dick May, the compiler for the Waipiʻo Christmas Bird Count was also with the group, along with Rich Downs and Kate Righter
We held our Annual Meeting & Members Dinner on Nov 5, 2023 at Bishop Museum’s Atherton Hālau. Thank you to everyone who came. The highlight of the night was the presentation by HPR’s Manu Minute host UH Hilo Prof. Patrick Hart, titled “How bird song can inform conservation and management of Hawai‘i’s birds.” We were