Suspect a pest? Click on the link above to report online or call 643-PEST (7378).
For snake sightings, call 911.
The Hawaii Invasive Species Council is an inter-departmental collaboration comprised of the Departments of Land & Natural Resources (DLNR), Agriculture (DOA), Health (DOH), Transportation (DOT), Business, Economic Development & Tourism (DBEDT), and the University of Hawaii (UH). The HISC was established in 2003 for the special purpose of providing policy level direction, coordination, and planning among state departments, federal agencies, and international and local initiatives for the control and eradication of harmful invasive species infestations throughout the State and for preventing the introduction of other invasive species that may be potentially harmful.
The HISC fulfills its mandate by issuing resolutions, providing plans, and strategically disbursing funds to enhance invasive species prevention, control, outreach, and research.
Learn more about target pests in your areas by checking out your islandʻs Invasive Species Committee (ISC). The ISCʻs are voluntary partnerships of state, federal, and private agencies. Each works to prevent the establishment of new alien pests, control incipient pests on public and private land, and educate the community about the threats of invasive species and what they can do to help.
Big Island Invasive Species Committee (BIISC)
Maui Invasive Species Committee (MISC)
Molokaʻi Invasive Species Committee (MoMISC)
Oʻahu Invasive Species Committee (OISC)
Kauaʻi Invasive Species Committee (KISC)