Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge Proposes Fee Changes. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is seeking public input on an increase in entrance fees and an amenity fee for tours of the Daniel K. Inouye Kīlauea Point Lighthouse at the Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge (KPNWR).
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge: ... A volunteer corps of 150 helps in all facets of refuge operations. Birds of Kilauea Point. Hawaiian goose and Kīlauea Point peninsula in the background. Black-footed albatross - Kilauea Point NWR. The red-footed booby can be seen year-round on Kilauea Point.
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge is about a 30-minute drive. Look for directions to the refuge on the roadside. Parking. The Refuge provides two accessible parking spots (vehicle placard required) and golf cart transportation for those with disabilities. Please contact the Refuge at (808) 828-1413 if you need further assistance. Amenities
From a local Kauai newspaper: "Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge is closed due to the government shutdown. On the refuge’s website, a notice advises: “Where public access to refuge lands does not require the presence of a federal employee or contractor, activities on refuge lands will be allowed to continue on the same terms as before the appropriations lapse.
Kīlauea Point Natural History Association (KPNHA), the Friends Group that supports the Kauaʻi National Wildlife Refuge Complex, has formed a team for the 2019 Kauaʻi Visitor’s Industry Charity Walk, which will be held on Saturday, May 11th at the Vidinha Soccer Field.
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1985 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is marked by its towering lighthouse. The ocean cliffs and tall grassy slopes of a dormant volcano provide a protective breeding ground for many Hawaiian seabirds.
A 203-acre natural reserve on Kauai's north shore, Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge is home to Hawaii's endemic wildlife including the Pacific golden plover, Laysan albatross, and the nene goose, Hawaii's State Bird. During winter months, humpback whales can be seen just off the shore as well as Hawaiian monk seals, green turtles and spinner dolphins.
44 reviews of Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge "Absolutely beautiful!! There is a 5.00 fee to enter and we'll worth it. Loved the view and don't forget your cameras!! The pictures you'll take will be definitely worth sharing!! Have fun!!"
Kīlauea Point Natural History Association (KPNHA) is the non-profit friends group which supports the conservation, education, and preservation work of the Kauaʻi National Wildlife Refuge Complex - including Kīlauea Point Refuge, Hanalei Refuge and Hulēʻia Refuge. We work closely with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service team to support the ...