The lighthouse is in the midst of a bird "sanctuary" but not what you'd think. The birds are mainly on the cliffs surrounding the poing where the lighthouse sits (and of course flying overhead). The only birds really onsite are the nene - Hawaiian geese. That said, I do recommend this attraction. The views are spectacular - of the birds, the ocean, and the houses overlooking the ocean. There are several "viewers" along the point - the kind that you usually have to feed money into to use - but they're free here (or at least included in your admission). They are quite powerful. And to see something that can't be seen by the viewers, i.e. the birds overhead, there are several binoculars in the building next to the lighthouse that can be checked out (just sign your name). Plus, the lighthouse makes for a great photo opportunity. Also get a picture of the lighthouse from the parking lot/viewing area outside the entrance to the park.
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