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Pohakuloa closed to hunters on Big Island

By Associated Press

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The Army says it is closing Pohakuloa Training Area on the Big Island to hunting because of heightened security at military installations around the world. 

U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii said Monday that hunting will not be allowed at Pohakuloa until the Department of Defense lowers security levels.

The Army normally opens a part of the base to civilian hunters for about 50 days each year to help control wild pigs, sheep and goats. 

The feral animals could damage rare and endangered plant habitats if they are not controlled. Allowing civilian hunters to use Pohakuloa also helps the Army's relations with community members.







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