Antigua to Bahamas hawksbill migration

After finishing nesting on Long Island, Antigua this past summer, this satellite-tagged hawksbill traveled for more than a month to Long Island, Bahamas. The Long Island-to-Long Island migration covered some 1,600 km, one of the longest migrations we have documented at the early stages of our satellite tracking efforts. A cool way to connect study areas among Layman Lab members! See more updates for other turtles at the Jumby Bay Hawksbill Project facebook page (HERE).

By | 2018-11-14T20:03:13+00:00 January 25th, 2018|Categories: Featured, Uncategorized|0 Comments

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Andrew Maurer
I am a graduate student studying environmental change and hawksbill sea turtle nesting ecology on Long Island, Antigua. Contact me at asmaurer@ncsu.edu.

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