We had a beautiful starry night walk to the inlet with enough of a breeze to keep the bugs at bay. It was more of a challenging walk with the incoming high tide but we were still able to make it to Jeremy's inlet. Once there, we waited for a few minutes to hopefully let a turtle come ashore. The inlet is a great place to find fossils and one of our participants was able to find a shark tooth in the dark!
There was one turtle that tried to emerge next to the Pavilion stairs but she was unable to find a suitable location. Our night walk group was still able to see her tiny crawl that she left in the sand from her U-turn. Hopefully she was able to find a more suitable place to nest.
The following morning we found one new nest and two false crawls. The new nest is marked as 124 on our beach. See below for pictures taken from the patrol this morning!
Sea Turtle Biologist