As a co-trustee of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, the State of Hawai‘i, Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) - Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW), is committed to restoring native biodiversity and seabird populations on Kure Atoll.

FIELD CAMP PREPARATIONS & CAMP FACILITIES

The State of Hawaiiʻs DLNR/DOFAW with the support of Kure Atoll Wildlife Conservancy aims for high-quality execution of Papahānaumokuākea's Marine National Monument biosecurity protocols and practices to prevent any further impact through introduction of invasive species that will threaten Kure's fragile ecosystem. 

 

The State of Hawaiiʻs DLNR/DOFAW Kure Atoll Wildlife Sanctuary research field station facilitates a comprehensive wildlife habitat restoration and natural resources education program of research, education, and facility development that services management actions needed to protect and maintain native wildlife resources and ecosystem function at Kure Atoll Wildlife Sanctuary.

 

NATIVE PLANTS

SEABIRDS