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Kakahaia National Wildlife Refuge, HI

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Kakahaia National Wildlife Refuge

Kakahaia Refuge is a coastal freshwater pond, originally used as an artificial fish pond. This 44-acre refuge is situated on the south coast of Moloka'i. Established in 1977, it provides habitat for the...[more]

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Milepost 6, Mokulele Hwy (Hwy 311)
Kihei, HI 96753
Phone:808-875-1582
Email:Glynnis_Nakai@fws.gov

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Kakahaia Refuge is located along the coastal road (Highway 450) linking the island's southeast coast with the airport in Kaunakakai. The refuge is located directly seaward of the Kawela subdivision and is about 5 miles from Kaunakakai. As a satellite refuge, Kakahaia is not open to the public except by Special Use Permit; however, parking, picnic tables, and shade trees are located on the ocean side of the road. This park area is open year round.

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