Information on the National Wildlife Refuge System:
Information on Land Acquisition:
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What is the Land Conservation Planning Study? The Fish and Wildlife Service is conducting a study to determine the feasibility and effects of acquiring and managing important wildlife habitats as additions to the Kilauea Point Refuge, and conserving native wildlife species that occur there.
Point National Wildlife Refuge
Planning Update 2, distributed in November 2005, (posted on the left) includes a summary of the questions and comments we received from the public and our responses. A map is also included and is referred to in some of the Service's responses.
Planning Update 3, distributed in May 2007, announces the completion of the Land Conservation Plan and Environmental Assessment (posted on the left) and the beginning of the public comment period, provides summaries and maps of the land conservation alternatives, and announces a public open house on May 16, 2007, where participants will be able to provide comments, have their questions answered, and learn more about the project. Public comments on the LCP/EA should be received by June 15, 2007.
Planning Update 4, distributed in September 2007, announces the decision to expand the refuge.
Documents Available Online: The following documents can be accessed using Adobe Acrobat's free Portable Document Format (PDF). The software is available from the Adobe website.
Planning Update 4, September 2007 (PDF file 54mb)
Planning Update 3, May 2007 (PDF file 20mb)
Planning Update 2, November 2005 (PDF file 225kb)
Map Insert for Planning Update 2 (PDF file 18mb)
Information Updated as of: September 2007