The seagull is managing the south side of the beach. They won the contract for this side. Egrets have the north side.
A new big data analysis found there were to many egrets getting hurt on the job building the wall. Safety recommended outsourcing this work to humans. Some feel its taking jobs away from egrets, but they are doing the heavy lifting. This has already saved wings and reduced medical costs.
Water is pumped from the Gulf and carries the sand. Sometimes the flow is strong and requires more egrets to monitor it.
Snacking on the job is encouraged.
These egrets are stationed a specific spots to ensure there are no breaks in the perimeter wall.
Beach reclamation has safety supervisors.
Inspectors keep a lose eye on the workers to ensure safety procedures are followed.
Ever present is the senior safety supervisor. Has never lost an egret!
Checking the tide to see if any of the new beach is impacted.
The safety supervisor was told the beach wall has held against the tide.
Egrets coming off break., getting back to work.