Did you spot a rare or endangered Kaua’i forest bird? Please let us know more details in the box below. Include information like location, date, distance between bird and observer, amount of time viewing the bird, whether using binoculars or not, description of plumage, vocalization and behavior in the message field. These details are necessary for our staff to determine whether the sightings are relevant and significant. Photos taken along with these details are especially helpful. Photos can be emailed to email@example.com.
Before submitting your sighting, please take a few moments to scroll through some of the above photos of commonly confused non-native birds. The White-Eye for example is abundant and often confused with ‘anianiau, ‘amakihi and ‘akeke’e. The White-rumped Shama and Melodious Laughingthrush are commonly confused for ‘elepaio and puaiohi.