Feds: OBX birds, turtles up since ban

Mar 11, 2009 Full story: Daily Advance

Threatened bird and turtle species have shown population gains since nesting-period restrictions were placed on publicaccess to Cape Hatteras National Seashore last year, a U.S. park official told a federal ...

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Goldsboro, NC

#1 Apr 2, 2009
This is crazy, the outer banks people are the ones who need protecting. What will we do when the human population begins to decline on the obx?
OBX Resident

Chesterfield, MO

#2 Apr 14, 2009
I have been going down to Buxton NC since I can remember...Love the relaxed atmosphere and the locals are great! Apples Uglies are nice too. These dang birds are getting out of hand. When the island starts suffering financially b/c people are unable to fish, what are the officials going to do then? Something needs to happen!!!
Beach Babe from Richmond VA

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