JOIN Hawaii Audubon Society
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP:
Subscription to ʻElepaio (printed and/or digital copy may be selected)
Access to digitally archived issues of ʻElepaio since 1939!
Guided field trips and events
YOUR MEMBERSHIP ALSO SUPPORTS:
Conservation and advocacy
Citizen Science programs
Education and outreach
Publications, such as identification guides and checklists for Hawai‘i
Habitat restoration, such as at Freeman Seabird Preserve
$25 Hawaii Audubon Society Regular Member
$40 Hawaii Audubon Society Family Membership
$100 Hawaii Audubon Society Supporting Member
$15 Hawaii Audubon Society Student Member (verification required)
$28 Hawaii Audubon Society International Membership (Canada & Mexico)
$33 Hawaii Audubon Society International Membership (all other countries)
BECOME a member by mail
1) Make checks payable to Hawaii Audubon Society
2) Include membership form (download here)
2) Mail to 850 Richards St., Suite 505, Honolulu, HI 96813
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INFORMATION on Hawaii Audubon Society programs
'ELEPAIO JOURNAL: The ʻElepaio is published six times a year and includes up-to-date research from peer-reviewed scientific articles and news releases as well as updates on environmental issues in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific. Upcoming Hawaii Audubon activities and events are also included. Read more....
E-NEWSLETTER: Email newsletter is sent regularly to update members on events and field trips across Hawaii, citizen science projects, and other volunteer opportunities.
FIELD TRIPS AND EVENTS: Educational talks and events feature presentations by experts in the field.
Field trips provide first-hand experience with Hawai‘iʻs birds and their environment.
Possible field trip locations: James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge (O‘ahu), Paikō Lagoon (O‘ahu), Kaʻena Point (O‘ahu), Bishop Museum (O‘ahu), Waikamoi Preserve (Maui), Keālia Pond National Wildlife Refuge (Maui), Alakaʻi Boardwalk (Kauai), and many more. Read more for current events...
CITIZEN SCIENCE OPPORTUNITIES: Opportunities to Interact with the scientific community and conduct research that benefits Hawai‘iʻs native wildlife and ecosystems. The Hui Manu-o-Kū is a great example of community members cataloging nesting White Terns across Honolulu. Read more ....
FREEMAN SEABIRD PRESERVE: Hawaii Audubon Society maintains a one-acre coastal property at Black Point on the southern coast of Oʻahu that is home to a colony of Wedge-tailed shearwaters. HAS provides the funding and volunteers to maintain this valuable habitat. Population monitoring of the colony is conducted by Dr. David Hyrenbach, Hawaiʻi Pacific University Assistant Professor of Oceanography. Read more about the research and history at Freeman Seabird Preserve .
GRANTS: Hawaii Audubon provides grants for research in Hawaiian or Pacific natural history. Read more...
ADVOCACY: HAS serves as a source for information and advocacy in the community. Read more about current conservation issues.
Birding: HAS provides information on birding to the community and visitors to Hawai‘i. Read more...
PUBLICATIONS: HAS has published "Hawaiiʻs Birds," a beautiful and comprehensive field guide to the birds of Hawaiʻi; "Voices of Hawaiiʻs Birds" sound recordings (CD); "Treasures of Oʻahu Map", for wildlife viewing locations; "Checklist of the Birds of Hawaiʻi"; and several other items available through our online store.