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This place is for the birds! Located 1,100 miles northwest of the main Hawaiian Islands, Midway Atoll was the site of the Battle of Midway in June 1942. But now this former naval base is a national wildlife refuge and home to some 2 million birds, including 400,000 pairs of Laysan albatross (the "gooney bird"). You'll also find endangered animals like the Hawaiian monk seal, the Hawaiian green sea turtle, and spinner dolphins. And the lagoons and coral reefs teem with marine life, so snorkeling and scuba diving are tops here. Hiking is easy on the flat island, and bicycles let guests explore and discover on their own.
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