Antigua to Bahamas hawksbill migration


After finishing nesting on Long Island, Antigua this past summer, this satellite-tagged hawksbill traveled for more than a month to Long Island, Bahamas. The Long Island-to-Long Island migration covered some 1,600 km, one of the longest migrations we have documented at the early stages of our satellite tracking efforts. A cool way to connect study areas among Layman Lab members! See more updates for other turtles at the Jumby Bay Hawksbill Project facebook page (HERE).

This blog post originally appeared on the Abaco Scientist blog, check it out HERE.

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