This wildlife refuge was established in 1976 to provide habitat for endangered Hawaiian water birds. It is one of the few remaining natural wetlands on Oahu and provides space for migratory birds, waterfowl, seabirds, and endangered plant species. The refuge provides a place for animals to thrive away from introduced predators, and has an active predator control program to allow the native birds to survive. Birds, mammals and reptiles including sea turtles, use the space. It is home to the Hawaiian moorhen which, with its bright red beak, was thought to have brought fire from the volcano to the people.
In the heart of bustling Honolulu, Ginger 13 is the creation of abstract expressionist artist Cindy... Read more