Volunteer at a Natural Area ReservePosted on Aug 17, 2018 in Main
Pahole is a Natural Area Reserve (NAR) located in the Waianae mountain range. It is a diverse lowland mesic forest that is home to many rare and endangered species. It was established in 1981 as part of the NARs mission to preserve and protect representative examples of Hawaiian ecosystems and geological formations. Due to heavy pressure by non-native species and agriculture it is estimated that only 10% of Hawaii’s native low land ecosystems are still in existence.
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