The 127 eggs in this loggerhead sea turtle nest were relocated by Fripp Island Turtle Team volunteers to a location safe from tidal intrusion.
The 127 eggs in this loggerhead sea turtle nest were relocated by Fripp Island Turtle Team volunteers to a location safe from tidal intrusion. Submitted photo
The 127 eggs in this loggerhead sea turtle nest were relocated by Fripp Island Turtle Team volunteers to a location safe from tidal intrusion. Submitted photo

First sea turtle nests spotted on Beaufort County beaches

May 12, 2015 01:11 PM

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