I suppose ymmv, Oat.
But statements from the legislation like: "designate pedestrian and vehicle corridors around areas of the National Seashore
closed because of wildlife buffers, to allow access to areas that are open.” don't seem vague to me.
We'll look forward to your comments at one of the public meetings!
Some key phrases cherry picked from the legislation.
" in accordance with applicable laws"
"in accordance with peer-reviewed scientific data"
"Coordinate and consult with State of North Carolina wildlife officials"
"in accordance with management plans"
"Undertake a process to consider"
"Review and modify wildlife protection buffers in Cape Hatteras National Seashore (Seashore) in accordance with applicable laws,
Using adaptive management practices, modify wildlife buffers to ensure that the protection buffers are of the shortest duration and cover the smallest area necessary, as determined in accordance with peer-reviewed scientific data,
Where possible, designate pedestrian and vehicle corridors around protection areas of the National Seashore closed for breeding wildlife, to allow access to areas that are open,
Coordinate and consult with State of North Carolina wildlife officials to determine appropriate buffer protections for species that are not listed under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 but that are identified for protection under State law,
Construct new vehicle access points as expeditiously as practical and in accordance with management plans, and
Undertake a process to consider, consistent with management requirements at the Seashore, the following changes to the Final Rule:
Opening beaches closed to night driving on a rolling basis every morning,
Extending seasonal off-road vehicle routes in the fall and spring if the use would not create resource management problems, and
Modifying the size and location of vehicle free areas."Click to follow link...