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HALEHaleakala National Park (US National Park Service)
HALEHigh Altitude Long Endurance (aircraft)
HALEHealthy Life Expectancy (World Health Organization)
HALEHealth Adjusted Life Expectancy
HALEHigher, Adult, and Lifelong Education (Michigan State University; East Lansing, MI)
HALEHealthy Active Living Education (learning program)
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This study defines its behavior of interest as exploring the 'Ohe'o Pools in Haleakala National Park. The behavior exploring addresses the visitor activity of management concern to the NPS and can be understood as an explicit behavior by visitors.
Two such stations have already been built - at Pelekunu on the island of Molokai and in the Haleakala National Park on Maui.
In Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which hosts the largest Nene population on the Big Island, 210 Nene thrive; Haleakala National Park on Maui supports up to 350.
Several new projects aim to curb predators, ,and more baby petrels have survived since a program began in the nesting areas at Haleakala National Park on Maui.
Both Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Haleakala National Park are expanding efforts to protect remote areas of the park that harbor key habitat for native endangered birds.
Other than federal laws restricting airplane flights over the Grand Canyon and Hawaii's Haleakala National Park, few regulations govern noise pollution of wilderness regions.
But watching dawn break and dusk fall over Maui's Haleakala National Park requires a sturdy spirit (and a thick pair of long Johns).
Read about the experiences of NPCA's legislative representative Alan Spears, who spent a week volunteering at Haleakala National Park in Hawaii.
Haleakala National Park, as well as wetlands, rivers, streams and more than 50 species, has been protected due to clinic students' work.
And yet Maui's Haleakala National Park includes a "beach" of a sort--not sand but large, warm basaltic stones; not ocean but the refreshing roar of plunging freshwater cascades.