Huleia National Wildlife Refuge

Local nameHuleia National Wildlife Refuge
LocationHawaii, United States

The Hulēʻia National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge on the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaiʻi. It is adjacent to the Menehune Fish Pond, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, on the southeast side of the island. The Hulēʻia Refuge is approximately 241 acres of bottomlands and wooded slopes along the Hulēʻia River. It was established in 1973 to provide open, productive wetlands as nesting and feeding habitat for endangered Hawaiian waterbirds, including the āeʻo, ʻalae kea, ʻalae ʻula, and koloa maoli can be found here.To protect and minimize disturbance to the sensitive endangered species that live there, the refuge is closed to all public access. However, shoreline access is provided just to the east at Niumalu Beach Park.

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Phone +1 808 828 1413

Address 2275 Hulemalu Rd, 96766, United States

Coordinates 21°57'0.328" N -159°22'11.357" E

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