We all know the age-old adage of “the early bird gets the worm”. But if you’re the early bird this month, you may just spot a…sea turtle?
Find out by joining us for our Sea Turtle Sunrise Walk on the beach with sea turtle researcher and conservationist, Dr. Larry Wood.
A $5 donation is required from all who plan to attend. Funds go directly to supporting local sea turtle research.
Every year, thousands of sea turtles migrate to the sandy shoreline of South Florida. They’re searching for a safe place to build their nests and lay their eggs.
While sea turtles are smart — some navigate back to the beach they hatched on to reproduce and lay their eggs — they’re also vulnerable. It’s up to us to learn about these creatures and how we can protect them and their habitats.
Listen to Dr. Wood share his vast knowledge about sea turtle nesting habits and practices. Learn how to identify sea turtle tracks and the nests of different species. Ask Dr. Wood any questions you have about these amazing creatures.
Bask in the early morning sun rays as they cast over Singer Island. If we’re lucky, we might get to witness sea turtle hatchlings as they emerge from their nests and start their journey toward the sea!
WHAT TO BRING
Rise and shine! We know it’s early, but here are a few things you don’t want to forget for the Sea Turtle Sunrise Walk:
- $5 DONATION PER PERSON IS REQUIRED. All funds raised directly benefit local sea turtle research.
- Hat and Sunglasses
- Reef-Safe Sunscreen
- Reusable Water Bottle
Don’t forget to register for full event details! Meeting times vary.
Want to learn more about sea turtles? Become an educated advocate by enrolling in PADI’s Distinctive Sea Turtle Awareness Specialty.
Ready to reserve your spot for the Sea Turtle Sunrise Walk or learn more about the Sea Turtle Specialty course? Contact us at 561-840-8750 or email email@example.com with questions.