My mom and I bought a guide booklet to the Kipuka Puaulu bird park trail at the information center and shop at the Volcanoes National Park. We originally thought it was accessible from within the park but then found you have to go back to the main road and drive about 5 miles to get to entrance but it was well worth it. The walk is peaceful, easy -- even for seniors - and includes informative signage along the way about what you are seeing. It includes the history of the park - which was grasslands for cows 100 years ago and has been returned to it natural state, by removing all non native plants and as many of the animals as possible. The result is an incredible tropical forest, full of birds and native plants, with lots of information on the history of the park and the efforts that have been made to preserve it. Quite an incredible story.
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