From May 1 to June 19, Navarre Beach had no “turtle action.” But since then, four loggerhead turtle nests have been discovered in various locations along the beach. Volunteers remind beachgoers to stay clear of the nests, which are clearly marked.
Additionally, at the end of your beach visit, please remove any items that you may have taken to the beach as they are hazards for the turtles.
Loggerheads are the most common sea turtle that makes nests on Navarre Beach.
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