Wēkiu Bug surveys show more than seven-fold population increase

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The Center for Maunakea Stewardship (CMS, formerly known as the Office of Maunakea Management) sets a variety of trap types at more than 100 sites every year to monitor the abundance, distribution, and demography of… Read More »

Puʻu Waʻawaʻa Game Bird Hunting Unit F closed due to storm damage

Nēnē breed, nest, molt, and fledge each year October through March. In the beginning of breeding season, nēnē will be paired and scouting for a nest site. They may be found in unusual places where… Read More »

In the early 1900ʻs botanist Joseph Rock found a unique plant in the bellflower family near the summit of Kīlauea Volcano, in present-day Olaʻa Forest Reserve. He described and named it Clermontia peleana subsp. peleana,… Read More »

If you see a downed seabird, please call 808-974-4221. Young seabirds attempt their first flight out to sea over the period from September through December. These birds use moonlight as their primary navigation, but may… Read More »