Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project (HEAR) Kalaupapa (Molokai):
invasive species information

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Many pressing management issues affect Kalauapapa National Historical Park, located on a peninsula on the north coast of the Hawaiian island of Molokai. Among the most challenging of these issues--which include maintaining the lifestyle of Hansen's disease patients while maintaining historic structures, traditional sites, values, and natural features--is the problem posed by the presence of feral ungulates and other invasive species.

A number of resources are available to document and mitigate the effects of invasive species at Kalaupapa, including:

See also:

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