Mauna Kea Forest Reserve
Mauna Kea Forest Reserve is located on the island of Hawaiʻi in the districts of Hamakua and North Hilo. The reserve was first designated on June 5, 1909, by Governorʻs Proclamation, and currently consists of approximately 72,491 acres, making it the largest forest reserve in the state. Mauna Loa Forest Reserve is located ion the island of Hawaiʻi and is spread across the districts of Hāmākua and North Hilo. The reserve was first designated on December 2, 1948, by Governorʻs Proclamation, and currently consists of approximately 54,820 acres.
Game mammal and Game bird hunting opportunities are offered on the six major islands in the State of Hawai‘i: (Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, Maui, Moloka‘i, Lana‘i and the big island of Hawai‘i). Each of these islands has one or more State-designated public hunting areas (called Hunting Units), which are open for hunting at certain times during each year. Game mammal and game bird hunting opportunities are also available on private lands as well. Occasionally, the Division of Forestry & Wildlife (DOFAW) may modify or cancel a hunting season in a particular area to adjust for changes in weather conditions or animal populations.
Division of Forestry and Wildlife Hunting Website
Game Mammal Hunting Rules and Exhibits
Game Bird Hunting Rules and Exhibits