Red Junglefowl recorded per party hr on the Lihue Christmas Count, Kaua'i, 1972-

1991 (see Count Page), representing the largest population remaining in Hawaii of

pure or relatively pure, original Polynesian junglefowl. The significant increasing

trend during this period likely reflects, at least in part, feeding by tourists at Koke'e



Species account


Graphs of Christmas Count data developed as part of The Birds of the Hawaiian

Islands: Occurrence, History, Distribution, and Status by Robert L. Pyle and Peter Pyle