The Manu O Kū Festival is an annual event usually held in May to coincide with the US Migratory Bird Treaty Act. The Festival takes place on the stately Coronation Grounds of ‘Iolani Palace, and founded by a partnership with Conservation Council for Hawai‘i, and the National Wildlife Federation, and includes festival sponsors Hawaii Audubon Society, […]
Join as the annual party at the Honolulu Zoo to celebrate Earth Day with us, along with other partner booths and fun activities, all included with the price of admission to the zoo.
The Division of Forestry and Wildlife has created a new website dedicated to celebrating Hawaiʻi’s forest birds. The new site has links to events, learning activities, and more, including: • detailed species profiles for Hawaiian forest birds, including photos of extinct birds from collections at Bishop Museum; • forest bird audio mixes for Kauaʻi, Oʻahu,
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.