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Carole Allen, our Gulf Director, just send me the news that the first Kemp’s ridley nest of the season was found on the South
Saturday’s volunteer group was remarkable! Things started off with Chris Pincetich, SPAWN’s new Watershed Biologist, recruiting volunteer, Angie, all the way from the East Bay!
Pacific fishery managers shut down the California salmon fishery due to a crisis of crashing fish stocks. This was a critical and courageous move.
“A Struggle to Live — The Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle” is a new DVD offered at cost of mailing to teachers and other groups
Join Turtle Island to become a supporter of giant leatherback sea turtles gliding on currents, of schooling hammerhead sharks in the Galapagos, of spawning coho salmon in California creeks, and of a better ocean future.