Night walk - 6/30
The weather was a little threatening when we started our walk but thankfully the rain held off. I first saw the sea turtle when she was just making her way up the beach. We patiently waited until she found the area to dig her egg chamber and began laying her eggs. After we saw her nest, we started the walk back to the day-use area of the park. Along the way we passed another turtle track. There was only an in-track so we knew she was still up there nesting. We quietly passed on by. The next morning was very busy with 8 nests. It was the record breaking morning as well!
The nest from the night walk is #183 on our beach. The ID number to adopt the nest is: 152818
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