The waves that pound against Sandy Bay Beach may have made it possible for green turtle eggs to hatch naturally on St Helena for the first time in decades. 590 more words
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Green turtles have been attempting to nest on St Helena, the island’s marine conservation section has reported.
Part of Sandy Bay Beach is to be closed off while the conservation team finds out the state of the nests discovered. 246 more words
You’re probably familiar with the danger humans pose to sea turtles—from plastic waste and fishing lines to damage from boat propellers—but have you heard of “bubble butt”? 451 more words
Bernews reports that the Department of Conservation Services has completed a management plan, in consultation with scientists and sea turtle specialists, which describes the actions needed to conserve Bermuda’s resident populations of green and hawksbill 342 more words