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Turtle Kingdom 

I went to Mon Repos beach in hope to see the turtle hatchlings or a female turtle nesting. It is nesting season currently so we were in with a good chance of seeing one or the other. 633 more words

Our Trip to Sandy Cape

A few weeks ago my family went to Sandy Cape Lighthouse at the top of K’gari. I really like going to Sandy Cape, it is beautiful up there – lovely white sand dunes with no human footprints, real wild dingos, beautiful sunsets from the hill on which the lighthouse stands, the opportunity to go turtling, and the beach there is great for swimming :) 582 more words

Fraser Island

The unfortunate nest

It happens, but we really don’t know how often or where. It’s probably for a food source rather than exotic delicacy but it’s not known for sure. 794 more words

Conservation

The Turtles Live!

Anyone who has been to my studio in the last … oh I don’t know…year, has seen the two huge Loggerhead turtles sitting behind the work table. 107 more words

Metalworking Art

Massive tortoise makes visit to Hinesville

HINESVILLE, Ga. (WJCL) — A 400 pound, 60 year old tortoise  named Benjamin Franklin is drawing crowds in Hinesville, Friday afternoon.

Randy Gallagher – the owner of the tortoise – is passing through Hinesville on his way through various cities in Georgia to bring awareness to turtle conservation. 42 more words

Local News

Pilots N Paws (and flippers)

What an adventure we had this weekend!

Well, to be honest, I had nothing to do with it, but not for lack of trying. It seems I’ve been displaced as my husband’s co-pilot by a stack of turtles. 507 more words

Random Ruminations