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Successful leatherback turtle nesting season in Puerto Rico

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San Juan - The leatherback turtle nesting season in Puerto Rico finished with an all time high number of nests counted, which environmental organizations attribute to more public awareness via outreach campaigns.

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First leatherback sea turtle nest reported last week

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The DRNA reported the first leatherback sea turtle nest last week in Carolina.

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First leatherback turtle nest reported in Isla Verde

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Carmen R. Guerrero Pérez, secretary of the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources, announced that the first leatherback turtle nest of the year has been reported in Isla Verde. The leatherback turtle is an endangered species.The original version of this article is in Spanish. You can read it by clicking on ESPAÑOL at the top right of your screen.

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UPR student studied conservation of marine turtles in Maunabo

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Deborah A. Rodríguez

Jorge Gutiérrez, biology student at the University of Puerto Rico, participated in an summer internship stduying marine turttles in Maunabo. The internship is part of the Student Chapter of the Environmental Marine Society.

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Dorado, nesting mecca for Leatherback Marine Turtles

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Deborah A. Rodríguez Díaz

Volunteers from the Non-profit organization Chelonia, spend every weekend identifying leatherback marine turtles' nesting spots in Dorado.

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Significant increase in the number of tinglar's nests

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Mariela Fullana Acosta / mariela.fullana@gfrmedia.com

Reports indicated that there are 1,390 tinglra's nests distributed across the Puerto Rican coasts.

 

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Lessons learned from community efforts with leatherbacks in Ocean Park

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Luis Miguel Rico / Especial El Nuevo Día

The conservation efforts to involve the commuity to learn more about the leatherbacks is been very productive this year, as confirmed by the Leatherback Association of Puerto Rico.

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The call of the leatherback turtle

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Luis Miguel Rico / Especial El Nuevo Día

As the leatherback turtle nesting season begins we must reflect on the importance of protecting this endangered species and how this efforts fit in the bigger environmental conservation picture.

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