INTAKA ISLAND: Bridging the divide between conservation and development

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  1. It seems they have done a great job of mixing development and conservation here Abrie, and you’ve bridge the gap between abstract and concrete masterfully 😊. On our little Kiawah Island where I make my home we are very focused on doing the same. Our birds are so used to people they will let you get quite close before flying away which is wonderful for photographers. Nature and humans can co-exist quite beautifully when the right effort is put into it.

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    1. I have googled Kiawah to determine where it is situated on the Chinese coast, but it turns out to be South Carolina 🙂 . Is certainly a beautiful area with an exclusive touch about it. The numbered ponds bother me though – fly me in and I will give fitting non-numeral names 🙂 )

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