Add your Organization to OuterSpatial. Learn more here.

Mānana Island Seabird Sanctuary

Area

Description

Manana Island Seabird Sanctuary is the largest offshore islet in Oʻahu at 67 acres. This seabird sanctuary is closed to the public. Non-native invasive weeds, rats, tropical fire ants, and yellow-crazy ants threaten this islands habitat. Restoration efforts of this islet are crucial due to the amount of seabirds that call it home such as Wedge-tailed shearwater (ʻUaʻu kani), Bulwer's Petrel (Oʻu), Red-tailed Tropicbird (Koaʻeʻula), and Sooty Tern (ʻEwaʻewa). It is also known unofficially as Rabbit Island.