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Sweet Pea

Casey Key Loggerheads 2007

A project of Mote Marine Laboratory.


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hey, after a month of foraging, Sweetpea is shifting south to the Keys. What's she up to? She's taken a second foraging residency, now in Key West National Wildlife Refuge on the seagrass flats north of Boca Grande Key. 11/20/07 Sweetpea ventured west of the Marquesas, circumnavigated the island, and by 11/27 returned to her previous center of activity near Boca Grande Key. 12/10/07 moved again to west of the Marquesas.

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Species: Green Turtle
Life Stage: Adult
Gender: Female
Release Date: 2007-07-27 00:00:00
Release Location: Casey Key
Last Location: 2008-02-21 22:07:50

Adoptive Parents:
Ajia Town
Sara Phelps
Madeleine and Jack Douglas
Marina G.
Kendall R. Holt
Manfredonia/Bonasera's Class
Carol F.
Cheryl McQue
Joshua Palzer
Madison Riese
Emma Tornow
Salvatore Piazza
Martin Self
Mrs. Soderquist's Third Graders
Amanda Murphy
Jett & Sarah Green
Kendra Wechsler
Gayle Pate and Bob Moore
Steve Kuna & Lisa Perry
Casha Anderson
Mrs. Shelton's Second Grade Class
Caroline Campbell
Helen Dawson
Dana Neiman
S Lynn

Background

Sweet Pea measures 98.9 cm curved carapace length and is the first green turtle tagged in Sarasota County. She was encountered on a false crawl, and will return soon to nest. She carried a time depth recorder to obtain information on her dive behavior.


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