Sea turtles nest along the sandy beaches and forage amongst the lush seagrass beds and vibrant coral reefs in many areas WILDCOAST is working to conserve.
Image Credit: Ralph Pace
Morro Ayuta is a 9 mile stretch of beach on Mexico's Oaxacan coast where more than 1 million Olive Ridley sea turtle's laid 90 million eggs producing 30 million hatchlings during the nesting season.
Image Credit: Claudio Contreras-Koob
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