Rare bird puts paid to second nude beach in BelgiumFriday, 13 July 2018 10:59
However the nature agency raised objections with Flemish environment minister Joke Schauvliege, based on the presence at that spot of the crested lark (Galerida cristata), a rare bird which broods on the ground, and might be disturbed by what the agency called “subsidiary activities” related to the nudist beach, including visitors having sex in the dunes as well as leaving rubbish behind.
The federation said it also supported a fence closing off the dunes, with fines for anyone who trespasses. “As if people with no clothes on can’t get over a barbed-wire fence,” commented Bredene mayor Steven Vandeberghe.
The Brussels Times
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