Hiking in Hawaii? Watch for these pretty Hawaiian birds, some common, some endemic (found only in Hawaii) and some rare and endangered!

We saw the beautiful i'iwi, an iconic, endemic Hawaiian honeycreeper, on the Hosmer Grove Trail in the Haleakala National Park, Maui.

The nene, endemic Hawaiian goose, is the state bird. We saw some in the Haleakala National Park (Maui) and the Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail in Kauai.

The red-crested cardinal, or Brazilian cardinal, can be spotted on beach parks and urban trails. 

The 'apapane, an endemic Hawaiian honeycreeper, can be spotted on forest trails, feeding on nectar from ohi'a lehua flowers.

The white-rumped shuma is a skilled songster you'll hear before you see on forest trails near streams!

We saw the Laysan albatross, a common seabird endemic to the Hawaiian islands, on the Kaena Point Trail on Oahu.

Rose-ringed parakeets seen on most forest trails are highly invasive and displace endemic species.

Po'ouli, black-faced honeycreeper, one of many endemic Hawaiian birds thought to be extinct.

Swipe up to learn more about these beautiful Hawaiian birds and where to spot them!