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¡Viva La Tortuga! Meshing Conservation and Culture in Magdalena Bay – The Final Cut

We officially premiered our documentary this afternoon on the Pleasantville campus of Pace University. The film was extraordinarily well received by our audience — a blend of students, professors, and local environmentalists. [Photos from the premiere will come soon.] The final version surpassed even … Continue reading

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The Campsite We Made Home

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Study Finds High Death Rate for Sea Turtles in Small Coastal Fisheries

We just got back from “Playa de Los Muertos” — a beautiful stretch of Pacific Ocean beach that is jarringly littered with dead marine life — in the Baja region of Mexico. The carcasses of loggerhead turtles that drown when tangled … Continue reading

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A Turtle Film Moves From the Field to the Editing Suite

Our three days exploring Mexico’s Magdalena Bay are behind us and we have slowly been making our way back to New York — via San José del Cabo and now Salt Lake City. Once back at Pace, we will dive … Continue reading

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24 Hours of Sea Turtles

On our first full day at the Magdalena Bay campsite, we experienced a process know as “the 24 hour turtle watch.” A net designed to catch only turtles is deployed and checked every two to three hours, so turtles can … Continue reading

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