KILAUEA POINT NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE VOLUNTEER WORK
Created in 1985, Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge was established to protect a vital habitat for seabirds. Three years later, the Refuge was expanded to include Crater Hill and Mōkōlea Point. The Refuge is home to many endangered species, including the Laysan Albatross, the nēnē, and the Hawaiian Monk Seal. Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge isn’t only a sanctuary for endangered species. The gorgeous views of the cliffs and ocean as well as the chance to see the Daniel K. Inouye Kilauea Point Lighthouse and spinner dolphins create a wonderful tourist attraction.
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge also specializes in environmental education activities, as well as developing a Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Environmental Assessment for the area. Volunteers are of the utmost importance to the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge’s daily function! They assist the Refuge with their mission by helping with wildlife surveys, native plant restoration, visitor services, and maintenance.
KILAUEA POINT NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE WEBSITE
808-828-1413 ext. 302
You must be at least 16 years old to volunteer.
There are many ways to get involved, you can find the information for volunteer opportunities here.