Back in the military days, there were strictly held lines between enlisted and officers. It went so far that there was a rope used to mark the east and west side of the recreational north beach. Punishment was swift and severe for transgressions across the boundary.
The other day I stumbled across a beautiful trail laid through the sand. One of the FWS folks said it looked like the wanderings of a turtle looking to lay eggs - on my side of the beach. Though it's refreshing to see the species bouncing back [this would be the second known nest on the island], it would mean closing the only open beach to human access. Three sides of the island are already restricted access to allow the wildlife to be unmolested. Now the 'officers' may restrict access to this part of the beach as well.