This Hawaiian Parrot and Bird Club’s mission is to educate the community, rescue birds in need, and gather, network and socialize in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. We promote the highest standard in care for our feathered companions to facilitate happy, healthy long lives.
Meetings are usually held on the 3rd Sunday of the Month from 12 noon till 4 pm (or when the last person leaves). Meeting dates are regularly posted on our Facebook page and are also noted in our Calendar. Meetings are held at Moanalua Park (1289 Mahiole Street) which is right beside Moanalua Gardens. Directions to the park are below. This premier Honolulu bird club meets at the Pavilion, if it is available, otherwise under the Big Tree. The park has beautiful scenery, is clean and provides a wonderful photo backdrop for our beautiful birds. We begin with a Potluck lunch and introduce and mingle with members. Once everyone is settled in, we start our meeting with either a topic/agenda items or a guest speaker. If you are interested, please come to a meeting and get to know us, there is no obligation to join.
If you are coming from Honolulu on the I H1W
Follow the I H1W to I H201W, follow signs for I H201 W/Aiea/Fort Shafter
Take the Puuloa Rd exit toward HI-7310/Tripler Hosp.
Turn right onto Jarrett White Rd
Turn left onto Mahiole Street
If you are coming from the Ewa side on the I H201E
Take exit 3 toward HI 7310 N
Turn left onto Jarrett White Rd/Puuloa Rd
Turn left onto Mahiole St
Membership is “FREE” so that anyone from any background, young or old can be part of our club. Members enjoy a 10% discount at 5 local pet stores on Oahu. You can sign up for membership either at a meeting or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be issued a membership card so that you can enjoy the club discount at the 5 local pet stores.
Our logo is a symbol of what our club represents. The feather is our club, our members all together making one large feather. The birds flying out of the feather is our network reaching out to support and educate others. The rainbow of colors represent the beautiful colors of our birds and the world-renowned symbol of Hawaii, the anuenue (rainbow).