Ever Wonder what a Day in Life of a Marine Biologist is like?
Don't miss this opportunity to Monitor Active Sea Turtle nests incubating in the greenhouse, and care for emerging
hatchlings. You'll learn to clean out sea turtle nests and inventory the ingredients to determine hatch rate. Hatchling Releases
are held at sunset everyday Dec 10- February!
Or, go on Night
Patrol to relocate endangered nests and you may even get to see nesting turtles!
learn about sea turtle biology, environmental threats, Protection strategies and have hands on sea turtle conservation experiences.
program is recommended for adults and children six years old and over. Children 6-14 years old must be accompanied by
Leatherback Nest Collection
Sea Turtle nests usually hatch at night. and the first turtles emerge in the early
morning. Once the nests become active they need to be monitored around the clock. Nests then need to be escavated and inventoried
to free any trapped hatchlings that didn't emerge on their own.
Participants will assist in excavations, record data on nest contents, measure and care
for hatchlings, and help manage hatchling releases.
on the following expected hatch dates only:
8-11, 2022. (OLIVE RIDLEY)
2-8, 2022 (LEATHERBACK due)
Students will learn about Temperature-dependent Sex Determination (TSD), and how the Incubation
Greenhouse in Todos Santos is helping increase populations and balance gender-ratios of critically endangered Pacific Leatherback
sea turtles. All this in just one day!
8-11 & April 2-8, 2022 ONLY
Scholarships are available for local
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