Alligator Point Sea Turtle Patrol

Alligator Point Sea Turtle Patrol / FaceBook Page

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Bill WargoDirector and MTP
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“Alligator Harbor is one of the world’s largest feeding grounds for the Kemp’s ridley turtle, which is the rarest and most endangered of all marine turtles. The area’s abundance of blue crabs, jellyfish, shellfish and seagrass provide an important food source for all sea turtles. The unspoiled waters and beaches are valuable breeding and nesting grounds for marine sea turtles. Alligator Harbor, in addition to being a valuable natural resource, is also archeologically rich with several Miccosukee/Seminole Indian artifacts and burial mounds surrounding the harbor.”

  — Bill Wargo, Coordinator, Alligator Point Sea Turtle Patrol

Sea Turtle Crawl

Sea Turtle Nest

Sea Turtle Hatchlings