Refuge seeks input on Hawaiian petrel
Future home of Hawaiian Petrels at Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge
Draft Environmental Assessment
Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge
Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge is a part of the Kaua‘i NWR complex.
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Hulē‘ia National Wildlife Refuge
Hulē‘ia National Wildlife Refuge is part of the Kaua‘i NWR complex.
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This bird uses its strong neck and bill to turn over stones in search of prey.
Their name is derived from their habit of giving a series of high, clear, alarm whistles at the approach of any perceived danger.
About Kilauea Point
Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge’s dramatic backdrop of steep cliffs plunging to the ocean is one of the best places on the main Hawaiian Islands to view wildlife, and is also home to some of the largest populations of nesting seabirds found in Hawai'i. Visitors also have a chance to view spinner dolphins, Hawaiian monk seals, native Hawaiian coastal plants and Hawai‘i’s state bird - the nēnē or endangered Hawaiian goose. For information about Lighthouse Tours go to Plan Your Visit below! Plan Your Visit
About the Complex
Kaua'i National Wildlife Refuge Complex, located on the oldest island of Hawaii, consists of 3 refuges which provide extremely valuable habitat for wildlife.
Kīlauea Point is managed as part of the Kaua‘i National Wildlife Refuge Complex.
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About the NWRS
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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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Trail Stabilization Project will be open for public scoping comment from April 2, 2015 through May 1, 2015.Learn more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Environmental
Assessment for Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge is available for public review and comment between now and
March 27, 2015. Comprehensive Conservation Planning
Construction of Kaua‘i’s first predator-proof fence on Nihoku (also known as Crater Hill) is completed.Learn more
The historic Kīlauea Point Lighthouse has been restored to its former glory. Renovation was completed in time for the Lighthouse Centennial.Kīlauea Point Lighthouse
The Mōlī or Laysan albatross may spend years over the open ocean without ever touching land!
Page Photo Credits A Nene at Kilauea Point., HA petrel fence ©Jessican Behnke-Pacific Rim Conservation
Last Updated: Jul 20, 2015