Why you can’t help baby sea turtles on Florida beaches


Every spring and summer, sea turtles crawl our beaches and begin to find nice and safe places to lay their eggs.

However, this is a transaction. They don’t need your help. These babies are cute, but they are protected and require the experience of crawling from their nests to the water in order to direct themselves to the world.

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  • So stay away. seriously. Interference, such as getting too close, can distort the direction and cause it to crawl out of the water.

This is what you can do to help, Around Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission:

  • Darken our beach. Light from buildings can also affect their journey. Close the curtain. Turn off all unnecessary outdoor lights.

  • Do not take flash pictures at night. Also take a selfie.

  • Please pave the way. Remove beach furniture and debris and fill holes that could trap a little guy.

And if you look For turtles that appear sick, injured, or dead, call the FWC Wildlife Alert Hotline (888-404-3922).

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