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Camera Maker Nikon Camera Model COOLPIX AW110
Color Space sRGB Exposure Value 0 EV
Exposure Program Program Exposure Time 1/200 sec
Flash No Flash Focal Length 5 mm
ISO 125 Metering Mode Pattern
Date/Time 2017:05:20 03:11:31 Resolution Unit Inch
X Resolution 300 dots per ResolutionUnit Y Resolution 300 dots per ResolutionUnit
Contrast 0 Exposure Mode 0
Saturation 0 Sharpness 0
Keywords Wilderness Volunteers Hawaii Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge Hakalau Forest Mauna Kea U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Caption In 1985 the Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge was established to protect native Hawaiian forest birds and their rain forest habitat. Located on the eastern slope of Mauna Kea, the 33,000-acre refuge supports a diverse array of native plants and birds. Many species are rare and endangered, including several colorful Hawaiian honeycreepers: the akiapolaau, Hawaii akepa and Hawaii creeper. Other common and brilliantly-colored forest birds include the 'i'wi, apapane and amakihi. The upper reaches of the refuge contain some of the finest stands of koa and 'o'hia lehua forest in the world. Most of the refuge is closed to public use and entry is by special use permit. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shuttles us over rugged roads from Hilo to this remote refuge where we spend four days living in Hakalau Cabin (with dormitory accommodations), planting native trees to reforest the refuge, removing invasive plants in the rainforest, and working in the greenhouse. For more information: