• Beth Briggs Glass

Wednesday Rundown

There were two nests today bringing the total to 88 nests. July 1st was a Monday last year and there were 7 nests laid bringing the beach total to 106 nests so we are falling a little behind the blistering pace of last year’s record numbers. Nest 87 today was found in Zone 2 but was laid low and 118 eggs were relocated. Nest 88 was in Zone 6 and left insitu.

Nest 87 original location đź“· by Beth Glass

Nest 87 relocated location with its prober Chris Nietert

Lighthouse with the beautiful blue sky and with the flag that was hung today for the holiday weekend đź“· by Beth Glass

Drone shot of Nest 88 and the lighthouse by Buddy Lawrence

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