Napau Fire 2011
The Napau Fire was sparked by the Kamoamoa Fissure Eruption of Kilauea, March 5, 2011. Located approximately seven miles southeast of Kilauea Visitor Center, in a remote area of the park, the wildfire continues. Use the links below for daily updates on conditions.
Did You Know?
The `ohi`a lehua (Metrosideros polymorpha) is a pioneer plant on new lava and a dominant tree in most mature Hawaiian forests. Honeycreepers, like the `apapane and `amakihi, are often seen sipping sweet nectar from its flowers. More...