Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Kauai Wildlife Refuge May Be Doubled in Size
This week the United States Fish and Wildlife Service is holding a public meeting to discuss the possibility of adding 55, 179, or 202 acres to the already 203 acre Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge on the north coast of Kauai. The U.S. Congress approved expanding the refuge in 2004 but there has been some resistance by locals who fear access to beaches and other recreational areas in the refuge will be restricted. A decision is expected to be made in July of 2007.
Photo of the Kilauea Point Wildlife Refuge Photo of the Historic Kilauea Lighthouse Photo of Kilauea Point Other Attractions on Kauai Island
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