Hawai‘i Audubon Society
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The Hawaii Audubon Society (HAS) is the principal birding and oldest conservation organization in Hawaii. Current membership consists of approximately 1,500 individuals and institutions and operates in accordance with a constitution and by-laws under the supervision of a Board of Directors elected by the members.
HAS serves as a source for information and advocacy in the community, and provides a network for visiting and local birders. HAS also offers field trips and hands-on service trips in habitat restoration with opportunities to gain first hand experiences with Hawaii’s wildlife and natural environments. Six times per year, HAS publishes the journal, `Elepaio, that contains peer-reviewed scientific articles, updates on environmental issues in Hawaii and the Pacific, and HAS activities listings.