CAPE CHRONICLE NEWSLETTER
Seashore updates from Cape Chronicle Newsletter
By Outer Banks Voice on August 19, 2021
On August 16, Cape Hatteras National Seashore biological technicians discovered a live, two-headed loggerhead sea turtle hatchling during a routine nest excavation. A Facebook post containing a short video of the sea turtle hatchling has been shared over 1,500 times. (Cape Hatteras National Seashore)
AUGUST 19, 2021 | Issue 82 | Cape Hatteras National Seashore’s Cape Chronicle newsletter
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- With 491,061 visits during the month of July, Cape Hatteras National Seashore remains on pace to surpass the most recorded visits in a calendar year.
- Masks are required in all National Park Service buildings regardless of location or COVID-19 vaccination status. Additional details are available at nps.gov/coronavirus.
- Beach visitors should be aware that dangerous surf and enhanced rip current threats associated with distant Tropical Storm Henri will impact our area today through potentially early next week. Remember that a perfect day on the beach doesn’t always mean that it’s a perfect day to be in the ocean. If in doubt, don’t go out. Read more tips in our May 21 news release.
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