Sea Camp Adventures
2014 Sea Camp and TAG Schedule Adventures in Marine Biology Coral, Crabs, and Cephalopods Coastal Ecology Fishing Camp Marine Mammal Workshop Coastal Camping Ocean Careers Awareness Coastal Photography Oceanography & Nautical Archaeology Sharks Camp Biology of the Sea Turtle Marine Biology Research (TAG) Pre-Med (TAG) Marine Science Research (TAG) Marine Engineering Technology (TAG) Veterinary Medicine (TAG) Sea Camp Costa Rica Sea Camp Intergenerational 2014 Coastal Ornithology
Biology of the Sea Turtle
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Explore sea turtle biology and ecology on the coast of Texas. Five of the seven species of sea turtles worldwide occur in our Gulf of Mexico. Meet and visit sea turtle biologists at NOAA Fisheries, Texas A & M at Galveston, Padre Island National Seashore and the Houston Zoo and the Texas State Aquarium. Observe the feeding ecology of wild green sea turtles at Port Aransas jetties and witness a Kemp’s ridley hatchling release on North Padre Island proximate to Corpus Christi (If Available). Venture to the Upper Laguna Madre for a half-day of water activities. Dissect a freshwater turtle and observe a sea turtle necropsy (If Available). Gain a greater understanding of issues concerning endangered and threatened marine species. Includes a two-night trip to the Port Aransas - Corpus Christi area.
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