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Wildlife & Habitat

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  • Birds

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    The Refuge provides habitat for endangered Hawaiian waterbirds, migratory shorebirds, waterfowl, and seabirds. 

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  • Mammals

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    The Hawaiian monk seal and the Hawaiian hoary bat are the only two mammals indigenous to Hawai‘i's terrestrial environment.

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  • Reptiles

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    The two types of sea turtles most frequently observed in Hawai‘i are the green turtle and the hawksbill turtle.

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  • Threatened and Endangered Species

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    Conservation of wildlife species that are endangered or threatened is a key goal of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Many such species occur at James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge. Our management practices take into account species listed by both State and Federal governments. 

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Last Updated: Sep 06, 2013
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