We have an excellent opportunity coming up on the island of Kaua’i with Nā Kiaʻi Nihokū at Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge. Come get to know the unique landscape of Nihokū while learning more about this storied, celebrated, and protected coastal crater hill.
Nā Kiaʻi Nihokū (https://www.fws.gov/refuge/kilauea-point) is hosting TWS Hawaii for a hike and work day at Nihokū.
On Saturday, February 11th, we will do a hike and some restoration work at Nihokū–the coastal crater hill within Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge that gives Kilauea town its namesake. This is a moderate to easy quarter-mile hike with both incline and decline at about 500ft elevation with sweeping views of the north shore coastline. We will check out native and non-native birds, and plants as well as share the story of community engagement within wilderness management that has occurred and is occurring in order to protect this special area.
There is a maximum capacity of 25 people and once it is full, we will start a waitlist and let you know if spaces open. If there is enough interest, we will create another event for another time.
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