Other Wildlife of Keālia Pond
In addition to waterfowl and shorebirds, a number of seabirds and other wildlife can be observed on or near the refuge. In the winter, gulls and terns may be found here and introduced finches, doves, and cardinals are common. The beach adjacent to Keālia Pond is the only nesting beach on Maui of the endangerd hawksbill sea turtle.
Blackburn's Sphinx Moth - Is Hawai‘i’s largest native insect, with a wing span of up to 5 inches (12 centimeters).
Hawksbill Turtle - Like other marine turtles, hawksbills spend their entire lives at sea except for brief egg-laying visits to shore.