Rehabbers: This involves caring for baby birds until they are ready to go to a foster or aviary. This is the most demanding but also the most rewarding! Different species require different feeding schedules. Some need to be fed as often as every 1/2 hour to 1 hour in the beginning to every 1 1/2 to 2 hours as the young birds prepare to be weaned. We support you at every stage with classes, mentors and supplies.
Fosters: These are need to care for birds that are eating on their own, but are not ready to be released back to the wild just yet. We also need fosters for the birds that have been injured and need a place to heal. This requires giving the birds fresh food and water, along with keeping their cage clean.
Transporters: Sometimes the person who finds a bird cannot transport. When this happens, we will need someone to transport a baby or injured bird from the finder to a rehabber or foster.
Answering our hotline: This involves checking our voicemail every few hours, and responding to any messages left.
Marketing: Working with our social media team to respond to messages, along with posting about our success stories, and educating the public about the birds of Hawaii. We also need writers and editors for our newsletter!
Education: Do you love teaching? We are always looking for people to help us continue to educate the public about our feathered friends.
We rely solely on donations from people like you to operate our organization. All donations are tax-deductible.