Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument
The Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument protects over 400,000 square miles of thriving marine ecosystems and includes seven National Wildlife Refuges: Baker, Howland, and Jarvis Island; Johnston, Wake, and Palmyra Atoll; and Kingman Reef.

The Monument is one of the last frontiers and havens for wildlife in the world and is home to one of the largest and most pristine collections of coral reef, seabird, and shorebird protected areas on the planet. Species such as sea turtles, marine mammals, and manta rays have large migration and foraging ranges that exist throughout the expanded Monument. Millions of seabirds of over 19 different species also forage in the waters of the expanded Monument and raise their young on the island and atoll refuges. Learn more:
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