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Canaveral has 24 miles of pristine, undeveloped beach. One third of the beach is practically untouched by people and is designated as a wilderness area. The refuse buildup on this section of beach, known as Klondike Beach, is terrible. This is…Continue
Good evening folks,
Today was a rather slow day on the beaches of Canaveral National Seashore. We are in the time of the nesting season where you can have 40 nests one day and 15 the next. Sadly, today was a day of fifteen, which made for…Continue
Hey, fellow conservation enthusiasts!
I know I haven't blogged as frequently as I would like to lately, so I'm going to catch y'all up on what Jeff and I have been getting into recently here at the Seashore.…
Nesting sea turtles are, for lack of a better term, night owls. A majority of nesting happens under the safety of night, for the safety of the eggs not the turtles, as not many land predators are capable of taking down an adult sea turtle. As sea…Continue