A baby bird's best chance of survival is with its parents.
Here you will find out if you should help, and how to help a baby bird.
Birds need warmth, hydration, and food.
Here you will find detailed information about what birds require based on their species and age.
Wild birds can suffer from common problems affecting their ability to live well in the wild.
Here you will learn about how to assess a bird's condition and treat common issues.
This time of year, many young seabirds who rely on the moon to find their way to the sea are confused by urban lights and end up in dangerous situations.
Seabirds are accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at Feather and Fur Animal Hospital in Kailua. Other drop-off locations include James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge, the Hawaiian Humane Society, and Sea Life Park. Our organization does not accept seabirds.
Watch this video to learn what to do if you find a downed seabird: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L4E8FaCo_Y&feature=youtu.be
Not sure whether the downed bird you found is a seabird? Email a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and Hawaii Wildlife Center staff will assist.
Hawaii Wildlife Center on Hawaii island offers a rehabilitation center focusing on native species as well as conservation programs and an emergency response team. In seabird fallout season, a representative is on Oahu to assist downed shearwaters.
Hui Mano-o-Ku is an organization dedicated to white terns.