Have you seen an invasive species?
We need the community’s eyes and ears to help us find new and invasive species. Catching new infestations early is key to controlling the spread and preventing them from becoming a problem. It’s better to be safe than sorry – contact us if you see anything that seems new and unusual!
Take a picture! Pictures are worth a thousand words and are very helpful in identifying the suspect species. If you can’t get a picture just describe it the best you can. Here are a few examples of things that will help us figure out what plant/pest that you saw:
- What kind of plant is it? A bush, tree, or vine?
- Where was it sighted?
- Does it have flowers? Fruits? Berries? What color are they?
- If its not a plant, what is it? Is it an animal? Ant? Beetle?
- What does it look like? Size? Color? Any features that stand out?
The more details the better!
There are several ways you can report it!
Office: (808) 933-3340
Want to report an unusual insect or other animal?
Fill out a report on the statewide Pest reporting system or call 643-PEST.