Oahu is the third largest and most populated island within the Hawaiian Island Chain. Being a typical tourist destination, birders often find themselves on the island as part of a family vacation. Although there are numerous birding locations located throughout the island, most are dominated with exotics species. With that being said, there are still a handful endemics, endemic subspecies, and interesting seabirds to be found.

Northern Birding Spots

Southern Birding Spots

Western Birding Spots




2 thoughts on “Oahu

  1. Thanks for the great guide. It provides needed logistical color to the eBird data about Oahu. I will be visiting later this month. Have a fantastic journey; enjoy the birds and the adventure! Thank you!


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