It’s that time of the year again. If you are planning a trip to the beach, be careful where you step. It’s sea turtle nesting season and State wildlife officials are hoping for another good turnout this year.
All Florida police officers take a sworn oath to ‘serve and protect’, but one officer in Sarasota took it to a whole new level last weekend.
After months of care and recovery, a group of rescued sea turtles have gone home.
Lately, politicians have given us plenty to reasons to criticize them. Not today.
Storm surges from Superstorm Sandy and Tropical Storm Debbie last year combine with seasonal high tides caused erosion on many of the state’s beaches.
A loggerhead sea turtle was returned to the ocean off the Florida Keys Saturday after an angler’s baited hook it ingested was surgically removed.
Cold and even hypothermic, four more sea turtles have been flown from New England to recover in balmy Florida.
A pair of loggerhead turtles had a homecoming of sorts after they were released back into the wild off Key Biscayne.
The battle to save endangered sea turtles in the state of Florida is paying off.
While Florida was spared the brunt of Hurricane Irene, the state still had some casualties in the form of protected sea turtle nests.