01_9_1746-3.jpg Area 1745 - enclosureThumbnailsArea 1746 - small platform, now destroyedArea 1745 - enclosureThumbnailsArea 1746 - small platform, now destroyedArea 1745 - enclosureThumbnailsArea 1746 - small platform, now destroyedArea 1745 - enclosureThumbnailsArea 1746 - small platform, now destroyedArea 1745 - enclosureThumbnailsArea 1746 - small platform, now destroyed

US Navy archaeologists maintain that these were not Hawaiian pre-contact structures. Although they lay at the periphery, they was bulldozed in order to clear the lead shotgun pellets from an area used as a trap and skeet shooting range - even though the area was designated as one of the very last preserves for the endangered Oʻahu akoko plant. In this image a damaged platform lies adjacent to an intact platform - shown in another image in this album.