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  • DENNIS ODA / SEPTEMBER 2012
    20120922-5068 FTR KAENA POINT Ken Suzuki leads a Hawaii Nature Center hike to Kaena Point starting from the end of Farrington Hwy. on the Waianae side of Ka'ena Point. The trail follows an old railroad bed and former dirt road that runs along the westernmost point on Oahu. The trail leads to Ka'ena Point Natural Area Reserve that is protected by a fence preventing dogs and other predators from entering the last coastal sand dune habitat on the island and home to native plants and seabirds. Hawaiian monk seals frequent the area. Participants included Pauline Kawamata, Steve Poor, Denel McDowell, Kristen Gagesch, Monica Szczupider and Jenna Gatzke. The hikers enjoy wide vistas of the rocky coast line on the way to the Ka'ena Point Natural Area Reserve. Caution is advised as portions of the hike have eroded and are near and above the ocean's rocky edge. PHOTO BY DENNIS ODA. SEPT. 22, 2012.
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  • 20120922-5758 FTR KAENA POINT Ken Suzuki leads a Hawaii Nature Center hike to Kaena Point starting from the end of Farrington Hwy. on the Waianae side of Ka'ena Point. The trail follows an old railroad bed and former dirt road that runs along the westernmost point on Oahu. The trail leads to Ka'ena Point Natural Area Reserve that is protected by a fence preventing dogs and other predators from entering the last coastal sand dune habitat on the island and home to native plants and seabirds. Hawaiian monk seals frequent the area. Participants included Pauline Kawamata, Steve Poor, Denel McDowell, Kristen Gagesch, Monica Szczupider and Jenna Gatzke. This is Steve Poor exiting a cave (that the entrance is along the rocky coastline). PHOTO BY DENNIS ODA. SEPT. 22, 2012.

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