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  • Ka‘ena Point State Park Ka'ena Point State Park

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(21.584167,-158.15195)
 

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Mission Statement

Ka'ena Point is a remote wilderness area at the westernmost point of O'ahu. Ka'ena is rich in fossilized coral reefs with numerous tide pools and diverse intertidal flora and fauna and rare coastal sand dune communities. The Natural Area Reserve provides a nesting area for Laysan albatross. Ka'ena is regularly visited by Hawaiian monk seals.

Description

Join us in restoring native vegetation in the Mokuleia Section of Ka'ena Point State Park. We will use hand tools to cut koa haole and then apply herbicide to the cut stem with drip applicator bottles. Participants will hike the scenic coast and learn about Ka'ena's natural and cultural resources, including nesting Laysan albatross in the Natural Area Reserve. What to bring: Long pants, long sleeve shirt and shoes that you don't mind getting muddy. Ample sunscreen and water (at least 1.5 liters) and lunch. Logistics: Meet at 9:00 am at parking lot on Mokuleia side. Approximately 4 hours of hiking total and 2 hours of service.

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