North: Pat, joined by Lori and Michael, had no activity and used their walk back to check nests for predators (ants, ghost crabs, etc.). Nests laid early take a bit longer to hatch due to cooler incubating temperatures. The first nest laid in SC, 5/5 at Seabrook Island (63 days), has not hatched.
Middle: Donna found a perfect crawl/body pit in an imperfect location north WW#7. She probed and easily located the egg chamber of this tidy turtle and got to work on the relocation. She found a good spot for incubation north WW#6. Donna did an amazing job, working solo, on this big nest of 147 eggs!
DEB 31 HOB 24 SCUTE 134 SC 3700