New Sand for Our Turtle Eggs!!

Volunteers changing the hatchery sand

Volunteers refill the hatchery with fresh sand!

On the 10th January 2012, conservation staff together with Dive Centre staff changing the turtle hatchery sand. The main purpose we change the hatchery sand is to make sure the coming turtle eggs that been transfer to our hatchery didn’t get any bacteria infection from previous nests. Plus, we try to reduce the nesting ants, which is one of the predator of the turtle eggs.

With cooperation other staff, we managed to finished changing the sand in 1 day.

Thank you for all the volunteers!!

“Thank you for Saving Every Turtles Life”

By |January 12th, 2012|Categories: News|Tags: , |