• Spring-time view of the seashore, with shorebirds returning to the surf.

    Cape Hatteras

    National Seashore North Carolina

NPS Reports Available to the Public on February 2

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Date: February 2, 2010
Contact: Cyndy Holda, 252-473-2111  Ext. 148

Superintendent Mike Murray announced today that the Cape Hatteras National Seashore (CAHA) 2009 annual reports for protected species and a report on the status of off-road vehicle management plan and negotiated rulemaking have been released and are available to the public on the PEPC website under the Interim Protected Species Management Strategy project at:

 

http://parkplanning.nps.gov/documentsList.cfm?parkId=358&projectId=13331

 

The following 2009 reports have been posted:

  • Piping Plover annual report
  • Sea Turtle annual report
  • Seabeach Amaranth annual report
  • Colonial Waterbird summary
  • American Oystercatcher summary
  • Status of Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan & Negotiated Rulemaking with appendices
  • Off-Road Vehicle Law Enforcement Management Actions and Activities

For more information, check the PEPC website or call 252-473-2111 ext. 148.

Did You Know?

Seasparkle, a tiny dinoflagellate that can be seen glowing in the surfline at night.

The beaches along Cape Hatteras National Seashore sparkle at night. When you kick the sand, you disturb tiny dinoflagellates like seasparkle, magnified in the picture to the left. A chemical reaction causes them to glow with a blue-green light.