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40th Anniversary Event Details

After Dark in the Park

What: Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park has more than 120000 acres of Wilderness including the summit, northeast rift, and upland forest of Mauna Loa, the ever volcanically-active east rift of Kilauea, and the Ka’u desert, pali, and coastal plain. By foot and horse, park staff monitors the delicate interplay between wildlife and humans and maintains the Wilderness at its most pristine. Park ranger John Broward, animal caretaker Carol Cebula and Wilderness conservation supervisor Sky Mullins offer a virtual tour of the park’s back country and review behind-the-scenes projects to protect these precious areas. Join us to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the landmark Wilderness Act and learn about protecting the wonders of wilderness in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park.
When: October 5, 2004, 7pm
Where: Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium
Contact: Co-sponsored by the Hawai’i Natural History Association. For program information, call the Division of Interpretation at (808)985-6014. Park Entrance Fees May Apply.

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