Conservation of Turtle Nests
All species of marine turtles are threatened with extinction. One of the biggest threats to their extinction is the continuing loss of their nesting habitat. It is believed that marine turtles have an extremely high affinity for their nesting beaches and will return to them time and time again. That means that the loss of just one nesting beach can have serious effects on the population as a whole.
Recently SEA LIFE have been working in Zykinthos, Greece, to help raise awareness about the local nesting habitats and to do all they can to save them from the threats they face.
The Turtle faces many threats. These are:
This can cover turtle nesting sites.
How can you help?
You can help fund the work in Zykinthos where they are working hard to protect a local nest site.
To find out more about Earth, Sea & Sky you can visit their own website www.earthseasky.org
Issued by The Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary
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