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Busy Tuesday

Zone 3 had lots of excitement this morning. Three new nest all relocated to safety above the high tide line. Nest 29 relocated with 129 eggs, Nest 31 relocated with 107 eggs, these two mamas nested within feet of each other. Nest 30 also in Zone 3 was relocated with 127 eggs. Zone 4 also had one NNC and Nest 32, relocated with 133 eggs. No other activity.


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