Originally Posted by Jim in Halifax
We even build wood walkways over the sand dunes so the public can walk to the beaches
Some beaches are even "CLOSED" to the public during the nesting period of the pipers on the beaches and dunes. they build their nests right on the sand and pebbles
Our beaches here have boardwalks & authorized crossings to protect the dunes. During the summer months there is several miles of one beach closed to everything but foot traffic due to turtle nesting. They won't even allow horses.
Not only is it great because it helps the turtles but it gets very peaceful because most people are lazy and don't want to walk more than 50' away from the access point!!
Beau & Sue
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