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Protecting Hawai’i’s native species since 1939
Protecting Hawai’i’s nativespecies since 1939
We foster community values that resultin the protection and restoration ofnative wildlife and ecosystems andconservation of natural resourcesthrough education, science, and advocacy in Hawai’i and the Pacific.
We sponsor community science projects,organize habitat restoration teams, lead fieldtrips, provide information for local and visitingbirders of all ages, and advocate for localconservation issues. HawaiiAudubon publishes a bimonthly, peer-reviewed journal called ‘Elepaio and in 2020, released the 7th edition of our popular book, Hawaii’s Birds.
In late 2020, we released the 7th edition of “Hawaii’s Birds.”First published in 1967, the 5×7 inch book answers the question, “what’s that bird?” be it native or introduced.Countless photographers, bird experts, writers, and editors donated pictures and skills to make the book a must-have for experts and novices alike. In addition to photos, names, descriptions, voice, habits, and conservation also nearly any bird you will see in Hawai’i, the new edition also includes Hawaiiana, a brief account of the cultural and historical significance of relevant species to the Hawaiian people.
You can help support our mission bymaking a charitable contribution,becoming a member, renewing amembership, buying our products, and/or volunteering for one or more of our projects.
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