(BIVN) – The preservation of Hawaiian Stilts and Hawaiian Coots nesting in the lagoons of the Kealakehe Wastewater Treatment Plant was on the agenda for the Hawaii County Council Environmental Management Committee Tuesday.
Councilmembers gave a favorable recommendation to a resolution allowing the administration to enter into a right of entry agreement with the Cyanotech Corporation in order to conduct predator control in order to support the recovery of the endangered water birds.
One testifier expressed concerns over the potential harm that could come to the feral cats targeted by the effort.
by Big Island Video News
KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii - The county administration plans to enter into a right-of-entry agreement with the Cyanotech Corporation in order to conduct predator control activities.