Join sea turtle researcher Dr. Larry Wood for an early morning Sea Turtle walk on the beach! Listen to Dr. Wood share his knowledge about Sea Turtle nesting habitats as we watch the sun rise over Singer Island. Learn how to identify sea turtle tracks and nests by species. Dr. Wood will also explain the dynamics of sea turtle nesting practices, and answer any questions you have about the process. If the timing is right, we may even watch hatchling sea turtles emerging from their nests!
A donation of $5 per person is required to attend the Sea Turtle Walk. All funds raised from this event will be donated to local sea turtle conservation research.
Questions? Contact us at 561-840-8750 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEA TURTLE WALK – WHAT TO BRING:
– Hat & Sunglasses
– Refillable Water Bottle
– Cash donation (A minimum donation of $5 per person is required to attend. Funds go directly to local sea turtle conservation and research efforts.)
Every year, thousands of sea turtles wander up South Florida’s sandy beaches to build nests and lay their eggs. Our shorelines are an essential habitat to future generations of many species of Sea Turtles, including Loggerheads, Greens, Hawksbills, Leatherbacks and Kemp’s Ridley.