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I did LSD there once. I couldn't manage to operate my bike any further and went out and laid on the sand and watched the airplanes fly directly overhead as they took off from LAX. does anyone know why that patch of sand is fenced off? I spent an inordinate amount of time wondering about that.
Hiya Afoaf Though the endangered endangered El Segundo blue butterfly are known to inhabit that area, i'd bectha that what that protected, fenced off area is for, is Western Snowy Plovers, ya know, those cute lil' birds that can seemingly run 100 miles an hour when a waves crashes on~shore + then run back to thee waters edge to try and get some sand crabs. But hey, I ain't a marine biologist, so what do i know?
Link found after a quick goog~ie search: Joining Forces to Save the Snowy Plover Two determined Southern California biologists are on a mission to save one of our cutest, and most besieged, birds. Joggers, surfers, and dogs had better watch out.