Isles of Refuge: Wildlife and History of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
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216pp. January 2001
Isles of Refuge: Wildlife and History of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Author: Rauzon, Mark J.;
2002 Ka Palapala Pookela Awards for Excellence in Writing Nonfiction, Illustration, and Natural Science

In Isles of Refuge, the first book solely devoted to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, field biologist Mark Rauzon shares his extensive, first-hand knowledge of their natural history while providing an engaging narrative of his travels. Braving
A Latitude 20 Book
"A smooth and enjoyable read, with just the right mix of historical facts, legends, nature stories, and human-interest tales" --The Contemporary Pacific, Fall 2002

"Beautifully written, entertaining" 

Author: Rauzon, Mark J.;
Mark J. Rauzon is a biologist, author, and photographer. He has traveled widely throughout the Pacific, studying birds and developing conservation plans. He lives in Oakland, California.
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