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Your membership dues and donations help us support the important work of the Kauaʻi National Wildlife Refuge Complex, and teach Hawai‘i’s children, families, and visitors how to care for our fragile environment. Specifically, your support will underwrite the costs of our programs including:
Protection of Hawaiian Endangered Seabirds and Waterbirds
Refuge Habitat Maintenance & Restoration
Preservation of the Lighthouse
Rehabilitation of Sick & Injured Birds
FWS Volunteer Program Support
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As a valued member of KPNHA, you will receive notification of special events and programs at the Refuge, and an invitation to our Annual Membership Meeting and Banquet. This tax-deductible contribution entitles you to a 10% discount at the KPNHA Bookstore.
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Give by Mail
To make a gift by mail, please download a Giving Form and drop it off at the Visitor Center at Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge or mail it to: Kīlauea Point Natural History Association: PO Box 1130, Kīlauea, HI 96754.
If you would like to discuss how you can help support Kīlauea Point Natural History Association and make a difference in our work, please contact: Thomas Daubert, Executive Director, 808.828.0384 or email@example.com.
Kīlauea Point Natural History Association Federal Tax ID: 99-0226697
Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge Storm Relief Appeal
On Sunday, August 4th, remnants of Hurricane Erick blew into the Kīlauea area, causing significant isolated rainfall and thunderstorms. Although this event did not reach the level of the April 2018 storm, we are sad to share that this storm did have a significant impact on the infrastructure and wildlife at Kīlauea Point.
The intense rainfall destroyed the copper gutters on the makai side of the Visitor Center. Water coursed through the center of the Refuge, gouging new waterways along the entrance road embankment and washing out native plants and bird habitats. And – sadly – numerous wedge-tailed shearwater burrows were flooded, filled in with dirt and debris, and destroyed across the Refuge, impacting these vulnerable nesting sites while we are just beginning to see our first shearwater hatchlings emerge for the season. At this time, it is unknown how many burrows and nests were impacted.
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Other Ways to Support our work
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Kīlauea Point Natural History Association will benefit with each and every order that is begun on this site through the Amazon search window below. Simply start your search by clicking on the ad to the right and you will be taken to the full Amazon web page. Anything you buy after this initial search will be credited to our organization and help us support the Kauaʻi National Wildlife Refuge Complex. We can earn up to 6 percent of your total purchase every time you initiate your shopping with Amazon on this site!
Please note, if you save items in your shopping cart and return to the Amazon site later, KPNHA may not get credit. To avoid this, simply start a new you search through this Amazon portal when you go on-line again and then click to purchase the items saved in your shopping cart. Mahalo nui loa!