Voices of Hawaii’s Birds is an audio companion to the Hawaii Audubon Society’s book Hawaii’s Birds. It includes all of the native and introduced birds that are regularly heard in Hawaii today, plus the haunting voices of several species recorded shortly before they went extinct. It includes 183 separate recordings of over 130 species of seabirds, wetland birds, open country birds, and native and introduced forest birds. The recordings of endemic forest birds are particularly comprehensive, giving a full range of vocal variation. This collection will be valuable to both birders and ornithologists, and will provide interesting listening even for those with no particular interest in birds because bird sounds are in the background of everyone’s life. Listen, learn, and enjoy!