The Hilton Head Island Sea Turtle Protection Project has seen a steady increase in loggerhead turtle nests for the past 10 years, and numbers all along the coasts of North and South Carolina also have improved, according to Protection Project manager Amber Kuehn.
The Hilton Head Island Sea Turtle Protection Project has seen a steady increase in loggerhead turtle nests for the past 10 years, and numbers all along the coasts of North and South Carolina also have improved, according to Protection Project manager Amber Kuehn. Submitted graphic
The Hilton Head Island Sea Turtle Protection Project has seen a steady increase in loggerhead turtle nests for the past 10 years, and numbers all along the coasts of North and South Carolina also have improved, according to Protection Project manager Amber Kuehn. Submitted graphic

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