I thought this was something worth passing along. We've got a local guy in NJ named Ben Gravy who is earning a name for himself as a daily YouTube vlogger. He posted a video the other day of a few dudes taking an inflatable dinghy out to an empty island along the NJ coast and surfing some miserable little wind slop. It turns out that the island was part of the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, which among other things makes the island off limits to people and activities like trespassing and drone flying*. He was unaware of this at the time, but I have to give him credit -- he seemed genuinely concerned and was responsible enough to own up to his mistake and also taking some time to educate others on it. Good on him. Original video: Apology video: *For any other fellow drone pilots out there, the FAA requires that aircraft maintain a minimum altitude of 2,000' AGL over national wildlife refuges (which essentially prohibits drones entirely). There are a lot of little islands that are part of this refuge, so be careful and stay informed.