Niihau island coloring pages

Niʻihau (Hawaiian: [ˈniʔiˈhɐw]) anglicized as Niihau (/ˈniː. haʊ, ˈniː. iːˌhaʊ/ NEE-how, NEE-ee-how) is the westernmost and seventh largest inhabited island in Hawaiʻi. It is 17. 5 miles (28. 2 km) southwest of Kauaʻi across the Kaulakahi Channel. Its area is 69. 5 square miles (180 km2). Several intermittent playa lakes provide wetland habitats for the Hawaiian coot, the Hawaiian stilt, and the Hawaiian duck. The island is designated as critical habitat for Brighamia insignis, an endemic and endangered species of Hawaiian lobelioid. The United States Census Bureau defines Niʻihau and the neighboring island and State Seabird Sanctuary of Lehua as Census Tract 410 of Kauai County, Hawaii. Its 2000 census population was 160; Its 2010 census population was 170.

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