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Corolla Nest 2 gets a visitor

This morning, Mike Cosgrove, a turtle friendly beach goer, spotted this fox right next to Nest 2 in Corolla. Yesterday he saw it chasing ghost crabs and figured It was just hungry for a meal.  But when he saw it staring at Nest 2, he let NEST folks know of a potential...
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The Outer Banks Community Foundation Awards N.E.S.T. Funds for Two ATVs!!

N.E.S.T. recently received a grant of $8,800 from the Outer Banks Community Foundation to purchase two (yes two!) new ATVs for sea turtle beach patrol. Every day at dawn from May 16th to August 31st, N.E.S.T. ATV riders patrol the 50 miles of beach from South Nags...
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Annual Fundraiser POSTPONED!

NEST’s Annual Fundraiser planned for March 29th at Basnight’s Lone Cedar Café has been postponed. Event organizers elected to postpone the event due to the coronavirus outbreak. We will let you know when the event is rescheduled. Thank you and stay well!
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ANOTHER N.E.S.T. SCHOOL!

This school year Cape Hatteras Elementary School (CHES) became our third Dare County elementary school to adopt the sea turtle curriculum, joining Kitty Hawk and Nags Head Elementary Schools as N.E.S.T. schools. The main hall cabinet display proudly announces they are...
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