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    Kīlauea Point

    Though there is no visitation at Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge, come visit us at Kīlauea Point!

    Kilauea Point NWR

  • Baby moorhen

    Baby ‘Alae ‘ula

    When grown, this baby will have a red frontal shield, a red bill with a yellow tip, and greenish colored legs and feet.

    Hawaiian Moorhen

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    Baby ʻAlae keʻokeʻo

    This baby grows up to be dark slate gray with a white bill and a large white frontal shield

    Hawaiian Coot

  • baby koloa rotator

    Baby Koloa Maoli

    This baby grows up to be mottled brown with a green to blue speculum, and bright orange legs and feet.

    Hawaiian Duck

  • baby nene rotator

    Baby Nēnē

    This baby grows up to have a black face with cream-colored cheeks. A pale gray neck streaked with black and a narrow dark ring at the base.

    Hawaiian Goose

About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System


The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.

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Last Updated: Dec 03, 2015
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