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The Orioles will host “Go Green” Night, presented by Waste Pro, for their St. Patrick’s Night game Monday, March 17 at 7:05 p.m. against the Minnesota Twins. The Orioles will wear black and green cartoon bird caps for the game, after which the caps will be autographed and auctioned online at www.orioles.com/spring, to benefit the animal hospitals at Mote Marine Laboratory.
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — State wildlife officials are hoping for another good sea turtle nesting season.
BOCA GRANDE, FL- On Friday, Dec. 13, Mote Marine Laboratory will release “Wildman,” a juvenile green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) that was found by a Mote research vessel operating earlier this summer in Pine Island Sound. The turtle, which was treated for papilloma tumors in Mote's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital, will be released at about 10:30 a.m. from Gasparilla State Park on Boca Grande (near the lighthouse).
SARASOTA COUNTY, Fla. - Once nearly extinct, the green sea turtle is now coming back in record numbers. More than 25,000 nests were counted this year around the state; that's more than double the previous record.
Green Sea turtle nests hit record numbers.
SARASOTA, CO., FL - Wildlife officials have counted more than 25,000 green sea turtle nests along the 26 beaches this year.
SARASOTA, Fla. - Sea turtles have finished nesting on beaches from Longboat Key through Venice, where green sea turtles laid a record number of nests and loggerhead sea turtles also had a strong year, according to Mote Marine Laboratory's Sea Turtle Conservation and Research Program.
SARASOTA COUNTY - Wildlife officials say they have caught the man who allegedly stole sea turtle eggs on Casey Key last month.
SARASOTA COUNTY - Wildlife officials are looking for a man they say may be stealing sea turtle eggs. It happened two weeks ago on Casey Key. They say someone even snapped a photo of the guy in the act.
Ocean Diver (“O.D.”): 330-lb adult male Green. Stranded in 2007 in North Carolina where he was named “Pepper.” He came in to the Turtle Hospital with a lung infection, was treated and released. The infection returned while in the wild causing the lung to collapse. By the time O.D. stranded in the Keys in 2008, the lung tissue had fused together. Unfortunately, his ailment is inoperable and irreparable. As he cannot inflate the collapsed lung, the other lung overcompensates causing O.D. to float on his side. Weights help to offset this buoyancy. - http://www.turtlehospital.org
MARATHON, Fla. (AP) — A 320-pound green sea turtle is being prepared to be couriered from the Florida Keys to Las Vegas via FedEx.
Mote Marine Lab works to protect and study marine wildlife and the environment they live in. This week, they're taking a bigger step in that effort with some help from the sun.