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Hawaii Audubon Society is a nonprofit membership organization that fosters community values to protect and restore native wildlife and ecosystems and conserve natural resources through education, science and advocacy in Hawai‘i and the Pacific. Contact us at:
Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project
Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project offers volunteer opportunities, for details go to
Kawainui-Hāmākua Marsh Complex Master Plan FEIS
In October 2019, HAS submitted testimony to the Hawai‘i State Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) regarding its position on the Kawainui Master Plan Final Environmental Impact
Statement, stating that it still does not
meet the requirements of Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) Chapter 343 nor Hawaii Administrative
Rules (HAR) Title 11 Section 200.
Read the full testimony here.
White Tern Breeding Monitoring Training
Sunday, January 12, 9-1030 AM and 1-2:30 PM
Come learn how to use the apps and online tools we’ve developed to help us monitor white terns nesting on Oahu. These training sessions will combine “classroom” instruction at the Hawaii Audubon Society offices on Richards Street with hands-on practice gathering data on terns nesting downtown Honolulu. Please text to 808-379-7555 to reserve your spot.