Fishes of Nationa Park of American Samoa

wandering tattler. Photo  by Bryan Harry

Birds of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park is an illustrated list of birds occurring within the park -- each name linked to a species by family. If illustrations are available, thumbnail pictures on the family list pages link to enlarged photos.

Or, you can browse pages of illustrations arranged by family. With some browsers holding your curser on the image will pop up the plant name. (There, clicking on any image jumps to the enlarged photo).

Plate 1. Grebes to Egrets
Plate 2. Ducks and Geese to Grouse
Plate 3. Coots to Shorebirds
Plate 4. Gulls to Finches

The principal sources of the birds listed here are from:

Morin, M. P. 1996. Birds of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park. Cooperative National Park Resources Study Unit. Technical Report 104. Dept of Botany, Univ of Hawaii. Honolulu. 32pp.(download this report in pdf),

Morin, M. P. 1996. Birds of Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park. Cooperative National Park Resources Study Unit, Technical Report 106. Dept of Botany, Univ of Hawaii. Honolulu. 23 pp.(download this report in pdf), and

Morin, M. P. 1998. Endangered waterbird and wetland status, Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park, Hawaii Island. Cooperative National Park Resources Study Unit, Technical Report 119. Dept of Botany, Univ of Hawaii. Honolulu. 69 pp. (download this report in pdf)

This website was developed from the National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring website -- now publically available for searches at https://irma.nps.gov/App/Species/Search. The data are from a report on birds of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park dated 15 December 2008.

Learn more about the NPSpecies Inventorying and Monitoring Program.

National Park Service contacts: <harryb001@hawaii.rr.com> or <sally_beavers@nps.gov>
Page last updated 12 August 2014

 

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