[Dtwg] keep the tradition alive!

Michelle Kaylor mkaylor at jekyllisland.com
Mon Apr 29 14:33:13 EDT 2019

Great idea Russ.  We, on Jekyll Island, are happy to report the first nesting females for our area started on Saturday 4/27. We had two females we encountered that day.

Happy Terrping!


Michelle Kaylor  Rehabilitation Manager
The Jekyll Island Authority

Georgia Sea Turtle Center

Phone: 912.635.4070 | Fax: 912.635.4198
Email: MKaylor at jekyllisland.com


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I’d like to keep the tradition alive—can everyone report to the listserve when terrapin nesting starts at their site?

I thought of this again after seeing news reports that loggerheads had just started nesting in Georgia.

Here up north, it really helps us plan the start of our season to hear as the start of terrapin nesting makes its way up the coast.  Plus, it’s cool.



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