We had another night walk without a turtle sighting. It seemed like the perfect night! The walk was beautiful with the moon lighting our path, enough for us to see without lights. The tide was not too high or low and the breeze helped to keep bugs away.
The next morning our intern, Annie and our volunteer, Nona, were on patrol. They found only one nest and two false crawls so our chances were slim on seeing one.
If you want to adopt the nest that was found this morning, you can click the button below to be taken to the adoption page. The ID for nest 108 on our state park beach: 202050
We are now at 108 nests on our state park beach. Last year at this time we were at 177 nests. It was expected to have a slower year this year and we are happy we still have lots of turtles nesting on our beach.
Let's see what July brings!
Sea Turtle Biologist