The second you step foot onto Princeville Makai Golf Club you will notice an ambundance of wildlife that is on and around the property.
Here at Princeville Makai Golf Club, there are five species we take particular pride in hosting.
A day does not go by when you don’t see our State bird, the Nene (Branta sandvicensis), take refuge all throughout our 27 hole property. Local U.S. Fish and Wildlife experts have credited Princeville Makai Golf Club for being home to over 20% of the island’s population
We also have breeding pairs of Laysan Albatross (Phoebastria immutabilis), also known as Mōlī, that nest on the golf course. We take special care to block off the area and reduce disturbance so that these birds can continue to successfully raise young.
Our serene freshwater lakes on the front and back nine are home to a pairs of the endangered Hawaiian Duck (Anas wyvilliana), also known as the Koloa Maoli,
Occasionally on the banks of our freshwater lakes one might spot the endangered Hawaiian Stilt (Himantopus mexicanus knudseni), also known as the aeʻo,
There are frequent guest sightings on our third hole of the Hawaiian Gallinule (Gallinula galeata sandvicensis), also known as the `alae `ula,