Welcome

WHO WE ARE

Kauaʻi Forest Bird Recovery Project is a project of the Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in association with Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW).

OUR MISSION

The Kaua‘i Forest Bird Recovery Project aims to promote knowledge, appreciation, and conservation of Kaua‘i’s native forest birds. We focus on one threatened (‘i‘iwi) and three federally endangered species (puaiohi, ‘akikiki, and ‘akeke‘e), with the goal of facilitating recovery of their populations in the wild.

WAYS TO SUPPORT

Stay informed: Sign up for our mailing list and follow us on Social Media (@kauaiforestbird(s), Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).

Volunteer: We have opportunities for field, office and outreach. Find out more here.

Donate: We couldn’t do it without your generosity! Donate here, all donations are tax-deductible!

EVENTS

Do you want to come and talk story with us? Find us at these events!

BLOG

2024 is Ka Makahiki o Nā Manu Nahele: The Year of the Forest Birds

2024 is Ka Makahiki o Nā Manu Nahele: The Year of the Forest Birds, a time to celebrate the jewels of our Hawaiian forests. Our native forest birds are uniquely Hawaiian: they exist only in the Hawaiian Islands and nowhere else in the world. These birds have critical ecological roles as pollinators, seed dispersers, and […]

BIRDS NOT MOSQUITOES

Learn all about the Birds, Not Mosquitoes partnership and what we are doing to resist the extinction of our native honeycreepers.

FOR MEDIA REQUESTS

All inquiries from the news media are coordinated and approved through the DLNR Communications Office.

Please send all media requests to dlnr.comms@hawaii.gov.

Mahalo!

SOCIAL MEDIA

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YOUTUBE CHANNEL

Looking for some information about our native forest birds and the work we do on Kaua’i?

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