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On September 19, Baja California Governor Jaime Bonilla signed into law the establishment of the 169-acre Arroyo San Miguel State Park, just north of Ensenada.
Mother nature is sending a strong signal for coastal communities to rethink life by the beach before the next high tide erodes their homes, hopes and dreams.
New York State’s highest court buried the Town of East Hampton’s bid to overturn a ruling that Truck Beach in Amagansett is private property, but the fight appears to be far from over.
Two RV parks along the California coast have been penalized three-quarters of a million dollars after a government agency said that the public was misled to believe its adjacent beaches were private, as reported by KGTV San Diego.
A youth surfing contest at Satellite Beach in Florida was paused when sharks were spotted feeding on a baitball close to the competition with one shark seeming to take an interest in one of the surfers, as seen in video taken by a spectator.
New study shows difficulty in identifying coastal water quality issues
President of the Delaware Beach Access Coalition Charles Turnbaugh and his fellow residents say it's almost impossible to walk on state park beaches
If it seems like you’ve been hearing about lakes and beaches closing down more often, you’re right. Various types of toxic algae are multiplying like crazy in bodies of water across the country, and stopping them won’t be easy.
Peter Sloan and The Greater Topsail Area Chamber of Commerce are looking forward to caravans of Jeeps cruising through Topsail Island in September and showing visitors what the area has to offer.
Penelope Jencks remembers the conversations her parents and their friends had in the years leading up to the creation of the Cape Cod National Seashore in 1961.
The event comes soon after the city of San Diego temporarily closes nearby Point La Jolla to keep people away from sea lions.
MALIBU, Calif. (KABC) -- If you were thinking of heading to Point Dume this weekend, turn around.
Three retired boats were sunk off the coast of South Padre Island, Tuesday morning. They are the latest additions to a first-of-its-kind, artificial reef that is helping boost a major source of revenue for the island.
Some people think “Virginia is for Lovers,” but we anglers know better: Virginia is for fishing.
Down in South Florida, there’s a bridge I cross twice a day. In the last few weeks, for the first time, I’ve seen dead fish on it. The only theory that I can come up with is that birds are picking up fish that’ve washed to shore after killed by the toxic “red tide” that’s upon us and dropping them on the bridge, perhaps after realizing that they’re not fresh.
’I think when a surfer becomes a surfer, it’s almost like an obligation to be an environmentalist at the same time,’ said Kelly Slater. For years the clothing company Billabong used the tagline, “Only a Surfer Knows the Feeling.” Few sports capture the sense of freedom, reconnect you to nature and make you feel more alive than surfing does.
Alabama’s coastal anglers are well aware of the amazing sprawl of artificial reefs off the state’s coast, making it an ultimate destination for anglers who love to catch (and eat) grouper, snapper, triggerfish and other bottom species. Now, the number of reefs will grow even larger with the addition of 110 square miles of Gulf of Mexico bottom permitted for more reef building by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR).
There is a statue on Waikiki Beach of Hawaiian surfing pioneer Duke Kahanamoku, his outstretched arms welcoming all visitors to the world-famous beach and surfing hotspot.
Sea-level rise on one side and private development on the other threaten to squeeze beaches, and public access to them, out of existence.
They are simple pleasures that hark back to analog, unplugged summer days: a book and a picnic blanket, a bucket and spade, fish and chips.
About 87% of Nova Scotia's coastline is in private hands
Coastal Commission voted in March to ban off-roading in the area by 2024