Sea Turtle

The Emerald Isle Sea Turtle Program will hold an open informational meeting on Saturday, April 15, at 10am at the recreation center. Meet the team of present volunteers, see a slide show, find out what “tracks“ look like, what a false crawl looks like and if you like an early morning walk on the beach you can sign up to become a volunteer.

There were 52 nests during the 2016 season, so it will be interesting to see if this trend continues. If it does, the group will need new volunteers willing and able to help spot nesting sea turtle tracks and monitor nests for signs of hatching.

For more information on the program and the upcoming meeting you may contact: Emilie Zucker at

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