Re: For Whose Use ? Boaters , Villagers , and Seahorses in Brawl over Studland Bay
Originally Posted by Amgine
Studland Bay is the site where marine photographers found breeding seahorses in the UK. It's also a delightful maritime destination, as well as one of the best boltholes for boaters on that stretch of coast. And, of course, there are the residents of this holiday paradise. They're now engaged in a kerfuffle over how best to manage the bay to protect the endangered habitat, while still retaining its use for humans.
Sailors vs seahorses: the battle of Studland Bay
That's what you get for discovering something that shouldn't be there. All you had to do was keep your mouth shut but Nooooo! You had to take a picture. Now everyone will have to move on to the next port. All because a sea horse was blown 500 knots from where he really belongs. Thank you Mr camera
They'll get it figured out. They have to let people in the bay for safety
sake at the very least. And do they really think dropping the hook for a day or two is really causing a problem?
Auto pilot is saying get up here and grab the tiller.