Restoration Efforts at Historic Pearl Harbor Marsh Habitat

Posted Wednesday May 31, 2017 by wf_admin

Seventy acres of wetlands, home to numerous bird species on Honolulu and near Pearl Harbor, are now part of a wildlife sanctuary, thanks a wetland restoration effort supported by Wildlife Forever. Waste and alien vegetation from the wetlands were removed from the area to help make it suitable for bird nesting and foraging. Special fencing is helping to control predators that could hamper the nesting efforts of the Hawaiian coot, the endangered Hawaiian stilt, and other migratory water birds.