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Ka’ena Point

Ka’ena Point is the western tip on the Island of Oahu.  The area harbors the 55 acre Ka’ena Point Natural Area Reserve, the first reserve of its kind to employ the use of a “predator proof” fence that keeps even cats, rodents and mongoose from accessing the area.


This coastline is a sanctuary for bird colonies and often a resting place for Hawaiian monk seals.