[CT Birds] East River Boat Launch Signs
birdinggeek at gmail.com
Sun Feb 1 18:31:09 EST 2015
Then they also need to designate birdwatchers spots and photographers spots. To not do so only discriminates against birding. If i throw my kayak on my car or put a fishing pole in my car next to my all waters license, am i then allowed to park in these areas?
> On Feb 1, 2015, at 6:14 PM, Eric Lichtenberger <elichten at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi folks... My 2 cents on this is... It is frustrating when I can't launch my boat because there's nowhere to park at the place specifically intended for that activity. Though they are public facilities, Boaters pay yearly for licenses to support and maintain such specially-designed locations. If you're not towing a trailer, don't park in the spots designed for trailers, and everyone is happy. As ridiculous as they may seem, I'm sure the DEEP needed to put up those signs because of the few who don't think about or care about what those spots are really for.
> Eric Lichtenberger
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> On Feb 1, 2015, at 4:16 PM, Mark Szantyr via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:
>>> I tried including images of these signs but they were too big for the list serv. they show that the rulings about parking and the limitation to boaters and fisherman are all per the DEEP, not local law enforcement.
>>> These signs are all DEEP. I think we need to have COA's legal team ( do we have a lawyer?) pursue this with them. As a birder and photographer, i believe i am being discriminated against by this action.
>> I may ask some lawyer friends about this and circumstances if i refuse to obey these ridiculous signs.
>> Mark Szantyr
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