Some Sea Turtle populations nest and feed in the same general areas; others migrate great distances.
The most common method used to track free-range Sea Turtles is flipper tagging; although this method does not reveal travel routes.
Recently, radio, sonic, and satellite tracking have been successful in monitoring sea turtle movements.
Please report any marine animals in distress to the Sheriff's Dispatch 904.824.8304.
Nesting Activity as of September 20, 2019
|Loggerheads: 843||Greens: 55||Kemp's Ridley: 0||Leatherbacks: 0||Total: 898|
|Loggerheads: 161||Greens: 7||Kemp's Ridley: 0||Leatherbacks: 4||Total: 172|
|Matanzas Inlet South|
|Loggerheads: 74||Greens: 6||Kemp's Ridley: 0||Leatherbacks: 0||Total: 80|
|Reported Nests Evaluated: 671|
|Hatchlings Reported Emerged: 62,627|
Remember: Leave only your footprints in the sand.