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Pest Hotline
Statewide: 643-PEST
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Report your pest in person.

Report a known pest or a plant or animal that you suspect may be acting invasively.

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The early detection "eyes and ears" team can help keep Hawai'i free from high risk pests by monitoring their backyard and home areas. Whether you are driving to work, or to the other side of the island to hunt, going to the beach, or just holoholo you can help by keeping an eye out for unusual plants and animals that don't belong.

Download an early detection field guide for your area.
(Note: Field guides are LARGE FILES!)


Big Island- Hiloside / Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park edition


Big Island- Konaside / Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park / Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park / Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site edition


Maui- Haleakala National Park Edition


Maui- Maui Invasive Species Committee Edition (2MB PDF)


Moloka'i- Kalaupapa National Historical Park Edition


Kaua'i- Kaua'i Invasive Species Committee Edition (1.2 MB PDF)


American Samoa- National Park of American Samoa Edition


Guam- War in the Pacific National Historical Park Edition


Guam- American Memorial Park Edition

Last Updated: Wednesday February 03 2016. If you have any questions about the Hawaii Early Detection Network contact reportapest-maui@lists.hawaii.edu.
Funding and support for this project was made possible by the Hawai'i Invasive Species Council, the USDA Forest Service State and Private Forestry assistance, and University of Hawai'i-Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit.