For questions: hiaudsoc@gmail.com


HAS members will receive preference for events/trips with limited participants.


DOWNLOAD Hawaii Audubon Society liability waiver form (required)








The Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds will be performed on Kaua‘i by the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Wind Ensemble in February of 2020! Any grades 4-12 class (or home school) is welcome to attend the FREE school concert and there is also a free public concert!

The Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds is a place-based interdisciplinary program that brings together science, music, art, dance, and education to tell the story of our endangered Hawaiian forest birds. Featuring original compositions, animations, artworks, and lesson plans for teachers and students, the Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds has already been performed for over 10,000 people on O‘ahu. 

Now partnering with the Kaua‘i Forest Bird Recovery Project, the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Wind Ensemble will be performing this special Symphony on Kaua‘i for the first time.

Please visit  http://www.symphonyofhawaiianbirds.com.

A Kaua‘i specific set of lesson plans is available at https://kauaiforestbirds.org/tools-for-teachers/



DATE: Feb. 24, 2020 (Monday)
TIMES: 9:30AM - 10:15AM  OR  10:45AM - 11:30AM
LOCATION: Kaua‘i Community College Performing Arts Center
WHO CAN ATTEND: 4th-12th grade students, teachers, and chaperones

Performance by the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Wind Ensemble


There is limited funding available to cover costs for transportation sponsored by the County of Kaua'i Office of Econmonic Development and Corteva Agriscience.



DATE: Feb. 23, 2020 (Sunday)
LOCATION: Kaua‘i Community College Performing Arts Center
WHO CAN ATTEND: Open to all

Performance by the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Wind Ensemble



White Tern Walk


March 14, details tba


April 18, details tba

Leader: Rich Downs (HAS Board Member)

Please RSVP by text to 808-379-7555


Hanauma Bay Presentations

Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Visitor Center

April 2, 6:30 to 7:30 pm: Susan Scott, HAS Board member

Title: The Miracle of Midway: A Million Albatrosses and Counting

April 9, 6:30 to 7:30 pm: John Harrison, HAS Board member

Title: Energy from the Ocean: It’s complicated



​Kealia Boardwalk Tours


Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge

The tour is located at the Kealia Coastal Boardwalk and Viewing Area on North Kihei Road (south side of North Kihei Road, Route 31). You can only enter the small parking lot driving eastbound from Maʻalaea or West Maui. From Kihei or South Maui, you will need to pass the boardwalk and come back from the other direction.

This is an informational tour explaining the purpose of the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge, why it exists and what birds and other wildlife are benefitting from its protection. Bring comfortable shoes, water, sunscreen, binoculars, cameras and lots of curiosity for an exhilarating and informative walk among Maui’s wildlife!

Meet at the boardwalk parking lot. This is an easy hike on the boardwalk through the refuge area. Please note that there are no restrooms at this location. There is limited parking in the parking lot, but additional parking is located along the highway.

Tours are available upon request.

RSVP with Yolanda via email yolandaonmaui@gmail.com