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Kanaha Pond Maui, Hawaii
Hawaii

State wildlife sanctuary. The north end of this sanctuary has just been opened to the public this last fall of 2010. It closes again till fall for breeding purposes. One of the best spots in Maui for birding. The view is actually quite stunning for being in the middle of Kahului.

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Tags: outdoors; ponds. birding; maui; hawaii; black-necked stilts; kahului
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