An Iiwi bill is adapted to drink nectar out of long flowers like lobelias.
Cyanea horrida, a Hawaiian lobelioid, flowering.
Pair of Akohekohe.
This page is meant to give you further links into the world of Hawaiian birds. It is by no means complete. If you would like to add any resources to this page, please e-mail infoATmauiforestbirds.org.
ARKive.org provides the world's best wildlife films and photographs to profile the world's most endangered species, with the aim of educating, inspiring and encouraging us all to conserve the planet's biodiversity. Follow the links below to get more information, videos, and photographs of some of Maui's native birds.
Checklist of the Birds of Hawaii (2002) by Robert Pyle. Featured in the Hawaii Audubon Society Newsletter: Elepaio.
Sounds Hawaiian is a website full of recordings of Hawaiian birds and more.
Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk Project has a variety of resources on Hawaiian ecosystems and job/volunteer listings.
US Fish and Wildlife Service Revised Recovery Plan for Hawaiian Forest Birds. See part II, page 2-77 for the Maui Parrotbill species account.
State of Hawaii's Department of Land and Natural Resources Native Forest Birds of Hawaii.
American Bird Conservancy's Hawaii Program.
San Diego Zoo Global's Hawaii Endangerd Bird Conservation Program's Blog.
Denny, Jim. 2009. A Photographic Guide to the Birds of Hawaii. University of Hawaii Press.
Hawaii Audubon Society. Hawaii's Birds.
Pratt, H. Douglas. 2013. A Pocket Guide to Hawaii's Birds and their Habitats, 2nd edition. Mutual Publishing.
Powell, Alvin. 2008. The Race to Save the World's Rarest Bird: The Discovery and Death of the Po'ouli. Stackpole Books.
Pratt, H. Douglas. 2005. Hawaiian Honeycreepers. OUP Oxford.
Pratt, Thane K., Carter T. Atkinson, Paul Christian Banko, James D. Jacobi, Bethany Lee Woodworth, editors. 2009. Conservation Biology of Hawaiian Forest Birds: Implications for Avifauna. Yale University Press.
Ziegler, Alan. 2002. Hawaiian Natural History, Ecology, and Evolution. University of Hawaii Press.