In effort to save the seabirds volunteers remove invasive plants
KILAUEA — In honor of Public Lands Day, the Kaua‘i National Wildlife Refuge Complex hosted a morning of invasive-species removal at Kahili Beach (Rock Quarry’s), where the Kilauea Stream meets the ocean.
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There would’ve been more help participating IF the County would do its’ job and fix the PUBLIC ACCESS to Kahili Rock Quarry beach and point. “C’mon Man” get that road fixed. Mr. Charles Somers has had an agreement with the County Of Kauai to maintain the road ALL the way to the point, NOT JUST TO HIS MANSION. We the PUBLIC need that access NOW. Contact the County Roads DIV. and start the ball rolling -NOW…
Have you been down there lately? It’s way more beautiful and clean now that the road is closed. I hope the road stays closed. Lots of plants and nene have come back.
Thank you volunteers! Awesome. I was unaware of the covid risk from being outside, not near anyone, and doing years work that would make a mask necessary
They are less than 6 feet apart in most of the photos, so wearing masks makes sense. Notice her mask is off when she is 6 feet away?
Mounting a sign using bolts directly into he tree? Don’t seem ecological!
The trees an handle it, they’re resilient. Notice that most community signs at beaches on this island are mounted on trees.