Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary is a 143-acre wetland in Maui, Hawaii. This waterfowl sanctuary attracts two endangered Hawaiian bird species, the Hawaiian coot and the Hawaiian stilt. Kanaha Pond was designated a state sanctuary in 1951 and a National Natural Landmark in 1971. .
The site has hosted numerous vagrant birds, including Gray-tailed Tattler and Belted Kingfisher, as well as Hawaii's first record of Black-tailed Godwit.
Address 96732, United States
Coordinates 20°53'33.05" N -156°27'19.123" E