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Midway Atoll
National Wildlife Refuge

About 1,200 miles northwest of
Honolulu, HI   
E-mail: Matt_D_Brown@fws.gov
Phone Number: 808-674-8237
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  Recreation and Education Opportunities

Environmental Education
The "Interim Visitor Services Plan for Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, the Battle of Midway Memorial, and Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument’s Midway Atoll Special Management Area" was approved on May 23, 2007. It provides for a small visitor program, probably beginning in 2008.

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Wildlife Observation
Seventeen species of seabirds use Midway Atoll for resting or nesting, offering one of the world's premier wildlife spectacles. No matter what the time of year, visitors can marvel at the aerial grace (and sometimes earthly clumsiness) exhibited by these birds.

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