Volunteer Opportunities on Maui

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Hawai'i Division of Forestry & Wildlife
Kanaha Pond Wildlife Sanctuary
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Kanaha Pond, managed by the Department of Land and Natural Resources, is home to many rare and endangered waterfowl such as the Hawaiian stilt or ae'o.  Restoration has been ongoing for many years, and continues today.  Activities include clearing alien species and planting native Hawaiian plants.  Volunteers meet at Kanaha Pond every Thursday from 8:30 am - 11:00 am.  Appointments can also be arranged for large school groups and science clubs.  For more information on the Thursday trips call Lorna Harrison with the Native Hawaiian Plant Society at (808)572-6338.  For information on scheduling large groups or other questions call Fern Duvall, the pond Manager, at (808)873-3502 or e-mail Fern.P.Duvall@hawaii.gov.

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Comments? / Questions? e-mail webmaster@hear.org.  This page created on September 07, 2001 by Starr , and last updated on 19 September 2011 by PN.