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Meet May, a green sea turtle rescued by the Georgia Sea Turtle Center from a Mayport, Fla., marina in December of 2012 and a featured “voice-over artist” in our soon to be released documentary. When found, May had a fractured … Continue reading
The sea turtle conservation efforts of marine biologist, conservationist, and author Dr. Wallace J. Nichols are soon to be the main focus of an episode of the Weather Channel‘s upcoming series BRINK. The show will feature individuals who greatly contributed to bringing … Continue reading
Our class met for the last time Tuesday evening and to the average passerby, the room probably resembled more of a loony bin than it did a traditional classroom. Within this frenzy of students, laptops, and even a mandolin and … Continue reading
Sea Turtle Restoration Project, a California based conservation group that has worked to protect and restore sea turtle populations worldwide, recently wrote a letter to President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico pressing him to act promptly to cut turtle deaths in Baja fishing … Continue reading
Recently we introduced Don Chuy Lucero, a fisherman who ate sea turtles in his younger years. As mentioned in a previous post, Lucero is now a key player in conservation efforts in Magdalena Bay. Our most recent video teaser offers a … Continue reading
Victor De La Toba is one of the many interesting men of Grupo Tortuguero. Wallace J. Nichols, one of the founders of Grupo Tortuguero explains Victor’s job.
After an expected rough few weeks since our return from Magdalena Bay, on Tuesday night our documentary production class made some amazing strides. In addition to the tunes Megan and Nadine found that fit beautifully into our film, Adam, Joe … Continue reading
An obvious change in attitudes over sea turtles is taking place down in Magdalena Bay, Mexico. The same fishermen who at one point were part of the problem have become the solution. A genuine concern for the future of sea … Continue reading