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The tale of Nest 22 2020

As soon as the curfew was lifted post Hurricane Dorian, NESTers were out checking on nests including Nest 22. From the steps at the top of the dune, volunteers could see the only thing left at the nest was the deeply buried rebar used to secure our monitoring...
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A BANNER SCHOOL YEAR FOR SEA TURTLES

It was a banner year for N.E.S.T.'s sea turtle curriculum project in Dare County elementary schools!! Two schools, Kitty Hawk Elementary School (KHES) and Nags Head Elementary School (NHES), are now implementing sea turtle units in their core curriculum. Four schools...
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ATV Attacked By Pink Slime

When NESTer Lynn P finished her ATV run this morning she thought perhaps the ATV had been attached by pink slime.  Huh?  This stuff was also tough to rinse off! what was it????                         A quick...
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Which way do we go? Release Coquina Beach 7/16/19

NEST works in partnership with the Aquarium on Roanoke Island to rescue and rehabilitate sea turtles here on the Outer Banks.
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The Network for Endangered Sea Turtles (N.E.S.T.) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and protection of the habitats and migration routes of Sea Turtle and other marine animals on the Outer Banks of North Carolina from the Virginia border to Oregon Inlet.

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