Feds: OBX birds, turtles up since ban
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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#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?
#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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