Hawai'i Watchable Wildlife
Promoting responsible wildlife viewing in Hawai'i

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The Hawai'i Watchable Wildlife Project is a statewide network of 31 viewing sites, a road signing program to direct travelers to the viewing locations, and a viewing guide and website to enhance the visitor experience and encourage responsible and sustainable viewing behavior.

This project helps both residents and visitors learn about and experience Hawai'i’s native flora, fauna and habitats in a manner that will be ecologically responsible, economically sustainable, and supported by local communities, the tourism industry and the visitors.

Hawaii Watchable Wildlife
c/o Conservation Council for Hawaii
P.O. Box 2923
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96802

Hawai'i Wildlife Viewing Guide
now available!

Copies are now available at $14.95 plus tax at Native Books' main store in Honolulu:

  • By phone (808) 845-8949 or toll-free 1-800-887-7751
    Mon-Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 10am-5pm HST
  • By fax (808) 841-1819
  • By mail -Native Books/Na Mea Hawaii, Ward Warehouse, 1050 Ala Moana Blvd, Bay #A8, Honolulu, HI 96814

Copies are also available from Hawaii Watchable Wildlife for $20 (includes tax, US Priority Mail, and handling) or at a special wholesale price for boxes of 38 copies. Download Order forms (payment by check or money order)

What is Watchable Wildlife?

Wildlife viewing is a favorite activity of Hawai'i residents and visitors.  Nearly all wildlife is "watchable," if you follow a few guidelines. The Hawai'i Watchable Wildlife Project is a statewide network of wildlife viewing sites to enhance your enjoyment of the state's "Watchable Wildlife." Viewing guidelines and interpretive displays at the viewing sites will inform residents and visitors about Hawai'i's native flora, fauna and habitats and encourage responsible viewing behavior.

The brown and white binoculars logo is a nationally recognized symbol which directs people to wildlife viewing opportunities.

For more information on Watchable Wildlife, Inc., the national not-for-profit organization that promotes responsible wildlife viewing, click here.

 


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Updated: Sunday, January 25, 2009 1:59 PM