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The Refuge provides a strategic landfall for migratory birds coming from Alaska, Siberia, and Asia and also supports other wetland birds such as Northern pintail, Northern shoveler, lesser scaup, Pacific golden plover, and ruddy turnstone. Although these migratory populations are small by continental standards, they represent some of the largest concentrations of these species in Hawai‘i and the Pacific.

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    James Campbell NWR provides habitat for approximately 117 species of birds and contains one of the largest concentrations of wetland birds in Hawai‘i, including four of Hawai‘i’s six endangered waterbirds.

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Last Updated: Aug 08, 2013
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