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Crest Rehabbed, Returned to Ocean
After more than five months of rehabilitation at the North Carolina Aquarium at Roanoke Island, a loggerhead named "Crest" was returned to the beach and set free into the open ocean.
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Tracking Turtle Strandings
Hundreds of sea turtles are stranded each year off the coast of North Carolina. Volunteers from the Network for Endangered Sea Turtles (NEST) and other organizations monitor strandings in order to better understand turtle conservation. These groups also work to rehabilitate, and return to the ocean, as many as possible. Page 2 of this article includes datasets and maps related to sea turtle strandings.
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Storm Threatens Remaining Sea Turtle Nests
A powerful storm hit the beaches of North Carolina starting on 25 September 2015, and threatened the remaining unhatched nests on that state's Outer Banks.
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Stranded Minke Whale
It's the beginning of the 2015 sea turtle season, but a sea turtle was not the first animal to appear on the beach for NEST conservationist Jackie Orsulak.
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Field Report: 2014 Outer Banks Sea Turtles
After an unusually late start, the sea turtle nesting season on the Outer Banks of North Carolina is underway. Sea turtle conservationist Jackie Orsulak brings us up-to-date on nesting activity in the area.
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UPDATED 15 AUGUST: Kemp's Ridley Nests at Outer Banks
For the third year in a row, a rare Kemp's ridley has nested on a beach on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Jackie Orsulak of NEST shares the story, along with photos and video of the event.
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More Seals on NC Beaches
A harp seal and a harbor seal have each hauled up on North Carolina beaches during the early winter of 2012.
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Results of Brady Necropsy
Christian Legner from the North Carolina Aquarium-Roanoke Island performed a necropsy on Brady, a stranded sea turtle found on North Carolina's Outer Banks.
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Final Report on Nest 18
For a long time, sea turtle conservationists in northeastern North Carolina held out hope for Nest 18. A late season storm, however, led to a disappointing outcome.
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Working to Save a Stranded Sea Turtle
Sea turtle conservationist Jackie Orsulak reports on a group of volunteers and veterinarians that worked to save "Brady," a Kemp's ridley stranded on the North Carolina coast.
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