Pu'u Kukui

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Waikupu, Hawaii


Pu'u Kukui is the highest peak of Mauna Kahalawai (or the West Maui Mountains), as the 5,788-foot summit rises above the Puu Kukui Watershed Management Area. It is also one of the wettest spots on Earth and the third wettest in the state after Big Bog, Maui and Mount Waialeale. With this, it is home to many endemic plants, insects, and birds, including the greensword, a distinctive bog variety of hia lehua, and many lobelioid species.

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