Moloka‘i Natural Area Reserves
Oloku‘i: Oloku‘i encompasses an isolated, cloud-shrouded mountain plateau with slopes extending down to sea cliffs. The reserve is one of the few areas left undisturbed by feral ungulates. It contains wet and dry ecosystems and coastal dry grasslands. Lowland and montane wet and mesic forests are also represented. A 1989 survey of this pristine area confirmed the presence of rare snails.