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Kaneohe Bay Islands

Photographs and information about small islands in Kaneohe Bay on the wondward side of the island of Oahu in Hawaii.

Moku Manu
Moku Mana is an eroded tuff cone island located about 1.2 miles of off the Mokapu Peninsula. Its name means "Bird Island".

Mokulea Island
This small rocky island is also known as Mokulea Rock and it is located about a mile southeast of Mokapu Point. It is only about .4 acres in size. (I'm not sure which is farther north and south, Moku Manu or Mokulea). Is this the same as Mokolea Island????????

Kekepa Island
This island off the coast of Kaneohe is also known as Turtle Rock. It is located near the Kaneohe Marine Corps Air Station. It is about 2 acres in size and it has an elevation of about 20 feet.

Mokuoloe Island (Coconut Island)
This island in Kaneohe Bay is also known as Coconut Island and sometimes as Moku o Loe. It is the home of the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB).

Kapapa Island
This low island in Kaneohe Bay is 1200 feet long and 500 feet wide. It is an historic spot with a fishing shrine and a heiau. The island is open to the public and can be reached by boat from the Kaneohe Fishing Pier or by Kayak from Kahaluu Beach Park.

Mokolii Island (Chinaman's Hat)
This island off the coast at Kualoa Beach Park is also known as Chinaman's Hat because of its shape.

Ahu o Laka Island
This island is really just a sandbar in Kaneohe Bay. No birds nest on this island and there is no vegetation. It is open to the pubic. Off of Heeia. (exactly where in Kaneohe Bay is this island?)

Kepapa Island
This island in Kaneohe Bay is located near the Kaneohe Marine Corps Air Station and it is also known as Turtle Rock.

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