Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge

Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Oahu NWR Complex
66-590 Kam Hwy
Haleiwa, HI 96712

Phone:808-637-6330
Fax:808-637-3578
Web: www.fws.gov/pacificislands/wnwr/opearlnwr.html
Established: 1972.
Location:Within the Pearl Harbor Naval Base, 10 miles west of Honolulu.
Special Features:Refuge is composed of two units: the Honouliuli Unit, which is extensively managed for a variety of waterbirds including Hawaii's endangered waterbirds and migrant waterfowl; and the Waiawa Unit, which is composed of two ponds, one of which is primarily managed for the endangered Hawaiian stilt.
Habitats: Two parcels totaling 62 acres of freshwater wetlands.
Access: Limited access; contact refuge office.
Wild life: Endangered Hawaiian moorhen, Hawaiian coot, Hawaiian duck, and the Hawaiian stilt.

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