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The Andrea Shea King Show - Hatteras Island, NC Outer Banks

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More than 4,000 people make their home on Cape Hatteras on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Two million more visit the barrier island each year to fish, swim, and enjoy the area’s natural beauty. But for the past couple of years, the beaches of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore have been closed to all. Why? The piping plover. This little bird is killing the economy and livelihood of the residents of one of the loveliest areas on the eastern seaboard. All because of a handful of environmentalists — eco-terrorists — who have used pseudo-science to determine that the birds are more important than the people who also inhabit the area. Tonight we’re talking with three of Buxton, NC’s businessmen whose businesses are dying — join us as we hear from Hal Lester, owner of Finnegan’s Restaurant; John Couch, owner of Red Drum Texaco and president of the Outer Banks Preservation Society; and Donnie Bowers, professional photographer and owner of Indian Town Gallery. Three men whose small businesses are becoming extinct. Unlike the protected piping plover…