Festival of Birds
Mauna Kea Reforestation Service Day
Monday, September 18th, 2017
Meet at Kilohoana hunter checking station at 8:30 AM.
Volunteer along the Hawaiʻi Island Birding Trail with Mauna Kea Forest Restoration Project. The day includes out planting work with Mauna Kea Forest Restoration Project and a walk through the Palila Discovery Trail at Kaohe Reserve. Volunteers please pack a lunch and bottled water. Hawaiʻi Forest and Trails will provide water refills. Please visit the MKFRP website for important info regarding precautions to take for working in a remote area at high altitude with potentially rapidly changing weather conditions.
Note: Participants must sign a volunteer form and be able to hike over uneven or rocky terrain. All volunteers must have sturdy hiking boots that come above the ankle. Other helpful items to bring include:
- Long pants
- T-shirts or long sleeved shirts for field work
- Rain jacket and rain pants
- Work gloves
- Water bottle
- Positive attitude
We may encounter cool, wet or muddy conditions.
Free-just make a reservation so we know youʻre coming.
Call: 808-331-3617 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Capacity: 20 Participants
Thank you for your service!