with regards to the signage, i find it a little...lacking. I have seen one board only...and on only one occasion have i seen the red markers that they speak of, which disappeared just as quickly as they appeared.
I have the utmost intention of protecting the wild birds and their offspring, but it would help if it was better sign posted. We asked game rangers that were around on numerous occasions where it would be alright to climb and where not to, but they seem to know less than us half the time.
I think a lot of the time it isn't a case of people disregarding the signage intentionally, but rather they're unaware to whats going on and where...?
also, a better structure could be put in place to report people disregarding these indicators, as we've seen younger kids happily plodding along, completely disregarding the signage and continue to do so after we have pointed this out to them and asked them to adhere to it. The number on the board was either engaged...or rang continuously...
but just my 2 cents worth, so thanks