EcoWatch Lecture Series: Sea Turtle Telemetry: Patterns of Tagged Sea Turtle Movements and Habitat Use in the Southeastern US

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Downtown Library Boca Raton
DTL Community Room (All)

Event Details

Presented by Gumbo Limbo Nature Center. Reservations are recommended. Please call (561) 544-8605 to reserve. Program is for ages 13 and up. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

Through satellite telemetry, researchers have discovered patterns of migratory behavior of long-lived imperiled sea turtles. In this presentation, Dr. Hart and Andrew Crowder will highlight movement patterns of satellite-tracked sea turtles that Dr. Hart’s team have captured both on land (i.e., on nesting beaches) and in the water over the last decade in southeast US national parks and protected areas.

Dr. Hart is a USGS Research Ecologist with 22 years of research experience on the ecology, population biology, and conservation of aquatic and semi-aquatic reptiles.

Mr. Crowder is a USGS Wildlife Biologist with over 20 years in the marine conservation field at the state and federal level. He has been with Dr. Hart’s team for 10 years.
Event Type(s): Lecture
Age Group(s): Adults, Teens (age 13-17)