It is one the State's list of birds of concern. The NPS defers to that list, however, does not use the state recommendation for smaller buffers.
This scoping was in regards to beach access hours, beach access seasons, permit fees and duration structure, vfas, improved accesses.
It was, like other meetings conducted by Super Hallac, well organized, but in the case of the KDH meeting, poorly attended. The majority of attendees at the KDH meeting were NPS employees and NCBBA members. I didn't count the number but I don't think it reached 30.
Don't u mean Kitty Hawk not town beautiful KDH?
Some of the same ole stuff like complaining about a pic with orv use and wanting it "like it used to be". Time for moving on.
One comment that NPS opens ramp one for South Nags Head beach use had me baffled. That beach area will not suport orv use.
The suggestion that orv use at CHNS begin at 6:30 vs 7 has little merit due to sea turtle nesting.
Everyone was given the opportunity to comment although the comments oft strayed from the issues the NPS wanted discussion on.