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Prodigal Turtle: Kemp’s Ridley, Smallest of the Seas, Digs First-Ever Nest in Flagler Sands

| September 1, 2012

Once endangered, Kemp’s ridley turtles, usually nesting in the Gulf of Mexico, have flourished, and one made a landing in Flagler Beach, digging only the sixth documented nest in Florida, and the very first in Flagler County.

Return of the Sea Turtles: Flagler’s First Sighting Renews a Million-Year Ritual

| April 28, 2012

The first sea turtle to scout for a nest on a Flagler beach did so Tuesday, renewing a ritual going back 200 million years. She scouted Columnist Frank Gromling’s beach backyard for her nursery. A report from the sands.

Flagler Beach’s Turtle Savior Honored by Daughters of the American Revolution

| April 10, 2011

Lori Ottlein has been involved in land turtle rescue, sea turtle protection and rehabilitation for almost 15 years. She received a national conservation award for her work with the turtles from Daughters of the American Revolution.



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