Seashore superintendent is guest on radio show ....WITH AUDIO
Hatteras National Seashore Superintendent David Hallac was the guest on
Sunday, Sept. 20, on the Radio Hatteras interview show, "To the Point."
In the interview, Hallac talks about a wide array of seashore news and
issues -- from newly modified wildlife buffers to a record turtle
nesting season and from new ramps and roads to changes that are
currently being considered to the off-road vehicle final rule.
He also clarifies the seashore's night driving restrictions on beaches
where sea turtle nests remain, and he speaks to how the seashore will
address the issue of habitat around the Salt Pond at Cape Point.
"To the Point," which is hosted by Island Free Press editor Irene
Nolan, airs on the island's community radio station, FM 101.5 and FM
99.9, at 5 p.m. on the first and third Sunday of each month. It
is repeated on the second and fourth Sunday. Those who don't live on
Hatteras can listen to the show on Sundays through live streaming at www.radiohatteras.org.
Scroll down and click on the "To the Point" logo to listen to the audio of the interview.
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