Bird Conservation + Links

Every purchase from this website sends 10% of profits to local conservation organizations that help support Native Hawaiian wildlife through research, rehabilitation, and community outreach! Mahalo!  

Please check out these organizations for more opportunities to help Hawai‘i's birds:

Hawai‘i Wildlife Center: Providing medical care and rehabilitative services for all species of native Hawaiian birds and bat throughout the islands. Offering public outreach programs with the vision of helping people and wildlife coexist and thrive together through research, science education, and cultural programs. Volunteer opportunities in the Wheels for Wildlife transport program. (I'm a volunteer driver!) More at:

Pacific Rim Conservation: Seeking to restore diversity in native bird populations and maintain habitats here in the Hawaiian Islands by working together with local communities, government agencies, and others. Applying science-based approaches to conservation management and using research to improve and inform future conservation endeavors. More at:

Friends of Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge: A nonprofit organization devoted to helping the Refuge conserve the flora and fauna of Hawai‘i. Providing vital fundraising, volunteer, and advocacy support to help make Hakalau Forest NWR one of the most significant refuges in the National Wildlife Refuge System. More at:

Kaua‘i Forest Bird Recovery Project: Aiming to promote knowledge, appreciation, and conservation of Kaua‘i’s native forest birds by focusing on threatened and endangered species with the goal of population recovery through research, breeding and translocation programs, and community outreach. More at:


Want more birds? Check out these social media accounts:

On Instagram:

@Birds of Hawai‘i the Past and the Present

Groups on Facebook:

@Birds of Hawai‘i the Past and the Present
@Native Hawaiian Bird Photography
@Hawaii Bird Lovers
@Hawaii Birdwatching 
@Hawaii Island Palila Appreciation Society
@Endangered Hawaii
@Hawaii Birding
@Hawaii Conservation
@Native Flora and Fauna of Hawai‘i 
More bird links!

Hawai‘i Birding Tours:

Jack Jeffrey Birding & Photography Tours
"Jack is an experienced birding guide, world-renowned bird photographer, and a retired Wildlife Biologist for Hakalau Forest NWR. He has been involved in the conservation of Hawaii's native birds for almost 50 years and leads birding and photography tours to Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge, which has the highest density of native forest birds in Hawai‘i."
And his beautiful, beautiful, photographs! His website is definitely worth a visit!