Please join us for a day of non-native species removal at Mount Kaʻala!
Mount Kaʻala is a Natural Area Reserve (NAR) on the top of the Waianae mountain range. Its summit is the highest point of Oahu reaching over 4,000 ft in elevation. The goal of the NAR is to preserve and protect representative examples of Hawaiian ecosystems and geological formations.
This mountaintop bog is home to many of Hawaii’s rare and endemic species. The summit often experiences frequent cloud cover and fog, but offers panoramic views of the north shore and leeward coast. The boardwalk will lead you through a stunted wet forest thick with vegetation, moss and ferns.
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