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Wildlife & Habitat

Red-tailed tropicbird

The seven atolls and islands included within the monument are farther from human population centers than any other U.S. area. They represent one of the last frontiers and havens for wildlife in the world, and comprise the most widespread collection of coral reef, seabird, and shorebird protected areas on the planet.


Baker Island National Wildlife Refuge 

Howland Island National Wildlife Refuge

Jarvis Island National Wildlife Refuge

Johnston Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

Kingman Reef National Wildlife Refuge 

Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge 

Wake Atoll National Wildlife Refuge 



    Last Updated: Dec 23, 2015
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