Geographic Consulting. Up until this point, I have been working with the smallest sea turtle, the Olive Ridley, but now, I will be working with the largest, the Leatherback. The patrols are going to be similar to what I am use to, but about 3 times longer and the eggs are not moved to a hatchery because poaching is not a huge concern. Stay tuned for more as the adventure in St. Croix will begin in early March!
|Photo taken on Sandy Point this past week of the first nesting turtle of the year.|
Picture taken by by C. Lombard.