seaturtle.org
Multimedia Image Library Maptool Tracking Webmail Members News Links Search Help Donate

 

Satellite Tracking

Why did animal X stop transmitting?

Bubble

Casey Key Loggerheads 2007

A project of Mote Marine Laboratory.


click map for full-size version
Bubble is named and sponsored by New Canaan Country School. Bubble laid 4 nests this year: #1 on Casey, #2 and #3 on Gasparilla island, and #4 on Barefoot Beach, with a spread of 110 km from northmost to southmost nests. Bubble has a foraging range near the middle of the Florida Keys. When you are driving across the Seven Mile Bridge, look north and say hi to Bubble.

Full-Size Map (51KB)
Zoom Map (68KB)

Species: Loggerhead
Life Stage: Adult
Gender: Female
Release Date: 2007-06-03 08:40:00
Release Location: Casey Key
Last Location: 2007-10-19 11:16:02

Adoptive Parents:
Beau Gonzalez
Iris & Hazel Wechsler
Mrs. Craig's Fourth Grade Class, Rocky Point
Barbara Cox
Denise Frank

Background

Bubble is 88.4 cm curved carapace length and has not been previously tagged. She was tagged after she false crawled so we expect her to return and nest soon. The winds and waves were roaring all night from passage of tropical storm Barry.


SEATURTLE.ORG collaborates with Argos to help scientists and conservationists manage and analyse their valuable animal tracking data.

Be an Eco Maniac! ecomaniaccompany.com
ecomaniaccompany.com

Adoption Program
Give a gift that counts!
preview
Vitus Bering
Loggerhead
preview
Ayala
Loggerhead
preview
* Lower Mary (LMRL&CCG Inc)
Green Turtle
preview
Nagula Jarndu
Flatback Turtle
About seaturtle.org FAQ Privacy Policy Terms of Service

seaturtle.org is registered as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization with the US Internal Revenue Service.
Copyright © 1999-2009 seaturtle.org Inc. All rights reserved.

If you have questions or comments about seaturtle.org please contact support@seaturtle.org.

If you have questions or comments about the website please contact the webmaster.