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Join in The Wild Experience 
( Field Trip Earth:  About The Project )
Be a part of The Wild Experience, an exciting multimedia presentation designed especially for Field Trip Earth visitors. The Wild Experience takes us on a tour of the conservation research projects highlighted on FTE.We'll meet new people, see remote and fascinating places, and interact with wildlife both familiar and exotic—it's an opportunity to work as wildlife researchers ourselves! Click on the icon above to start your journey.
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Crest Rehabbed, Returned to Ocean 
( Atlantic Sea Turtles:  About The Project )
After more than five months of rehabilitation at the North Carolina Aquarium at Roanoke Island, a loggerhead named "Crest" was returned to the beach and set free into the open ocean.
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Storm Threatens Remaining Sea Turtle Nests 
( Atlantic Sea Turtles:  About The Project )
A powerful storm hit the beaches of North Carolina starting on 25 September 2015, and threatened the remaining unhatched nests on that state's Outer Banks.
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Summer 2015 Outer Banks Nesting 
October 7, 2015
( Atlantic Sea Turtles:  Field Reports )

UPDATED 7 OCTOBER 2015 : Sea turtle conservationist Jackie Orsulak reports on what is turning out to be a very interesting sea turtle nesting season on North Carolina's Outer Banks.
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