• Valerie Solze

Saturday Post

Nest 147 was found and left insitu in zone 4. No other activity and no signs of any nests hatching.

It was a beautiful morning and we had lots of guests. Peggy's team had a girl scout troop and parents on zone 3, about 18 of them. And I had a group of 10, 1st year Biology students and professors from the Central Carolina Technical College in Sumter, SC walk with my team in zone 4. All were very excited to see the crawl and nest on the beach and what we do as volunteers to help protect the nests from the island predators.

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