Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge- Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge consists of the 38,300 acres on the Island of Hawaii. It was established to protect endangered forest birds and their habitat. Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge- This site encompasses over 900 acres along the Hanalei River in Kauai. It protects and preserves important habitat for many endangered bird species. James C. Campbell National Wildlife Refuge- The refuge consists of over 160 acres of wetland habitat in two separate wetland units near the community of Kahuku on the northeastern shore of O'ahu, Hawaii. Kakahaia National Wildlife Refuge- This wildlife refuge includes a 15-acre, spring-fed pond surrounded by kiawe trees and supporting several species of birds, some of which are considered endangered. Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge- Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge is of primary importance for endangered
Hawaiian stilt and Hawaiian coot. The protected area provides suitable
resting, feeding and nesting habitat for endangered waterbirds. Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge- Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge's rocky cliffs have been a premier seabird nesting area for thousands of years, providing protected coastal nesting and roosting habitat for seven species of native Hawaiian seabirds. Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge- Midway Atoll Refuge consists of about 88,548 acres of submerged land and three flat coral islands of about 1,550 acres. It is the only atoll in the Hawaiian Islands chain not within the State of Hawaii. Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge- This national wildlife refuge protects 62 acres of the last remaining wetlands on the heavily developed island of Oahu. Waterfowl and migrating birds use this land as a safe haven.
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