List of National Natural Landmarks in Hawaii

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Locations within Hawaii

These are the National Natural Landmarks in the U.S. state of Hawaii.

Name Image Date Location County Ownership Description
1 Diamond Head Diamond-Head-Hawaii-Nov-2001.jpg Honolulu Oahu State Monument Towering exposed basaltic cinder code, located within the middle of Honolulu's urban core.
2 I'ao Valley Iao Needle.jpg Wailuku Maui State Monument Eroded volcanic pinnacles covered in vegetation and surrounded by a lush rain forest.
3 Kanaha Pond Kanaha Pond.jpg June 1971 Kahului Maui State Wildlife Sanctuary A brackish water bird refuge.
4 Koʻolau Range Pali Nuuanu Pali.jpg Oahu State & private land Faulted, eroded mountain range is the remnant of a shield volcano.
5 Makalawena Marsh Black-necked Stilt.jpg June 1972 North Kona Hawaiʻi State Park Located in Kekaha Kai State Park, site supports endangered birds such as the Hawaiian stilt.
6 Mauna Kea Mauna Kea10.jpg November 1972 Saddle Road Hawaiʻi Federal & state land 11,000 foot mountain is the world's finest example of a shield volcano.
7 North Shore Cliffs December 1972 Molokaʻ Maui State & private lands Contains steep, eroded volcanic cliffs.

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