NEVER PUSH OR ATTEMPT TO ASSIST STRANDED ANIMALS BACK TO THE WATER! More harm can be done and it is illegal without proper permits. 


2012: Nest #62

This Loggerhead nest was found by TDC Ernie, thanks so much because the walker did not walk due to lightning and rain, 7-06-2012

UPDATE:
Nest #62
Sometime durning Hurricane Isaac I got a phone call from the LifeGuards near our nest #62, didn’t know the nest number at the time. They were finding washing eggs, they wondered what to do. I told them to gather the eggs and put them into a bucket. I called Joyce and she went down and got the eggs, and reburied them, all 72, at the top of a Dune, far out of the storms way. This area we were checking daily also. Well, God, is good and these eggs hatched. The hatchlings had to slip down a large drop off but they did and went to the water. 70 of the eggs hatched, 1 was alive in the nest. and 1 was a non hatched egg. Can you believe it, I find it hard to. Great job Joyce on doing exactly what I ask you to do and making a fine second nest. So eggs can be reburied and hatch. Aren’t we lucky!

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