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Kealia Pond

National Wildlife Refuge

The Hawaiian Stilt or A’eo, with its long legs and distinctive sounds are just one of many shore birds that can be seen here. 

The Kealia Pond is a 56 square mile watershed fed by the West Maui Mountains.  Within the refuge numerous species of birds forage for food, rest from their flights and nest their young.