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  The Gardner Pinnacles are two small volcanic peaks whose total area are only 5 acres.  Click here to see how big the Gardner Pinnacles are compared to Aloha Stadium and its parking lot.

  The surrounding reef is very large: more than 600,000 acres.

Gardner Pinnacles
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  The pinnacles are a roosting and breeding site for 12 species of tropical seabirds.

Gardner Pinnacles Links

  • Learn more about seabirds in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

  • Learn more about the gradual transformation of volcanic islands into coral atolls

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