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So what do Barbudan children do for the summer? They go to camp! Similar to the U.S., Barbuda offers a month long summer camp program to children from ages 4-17. The camp provides several day trips for the children which … Continue reading

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Wow, what a week! The first week of the trip has come to an end, but we are definitely not slowing down. Over the last week we have surveyed several of the reefs, collected water quality from the lagoon, and … Continue reading

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Let the countdown begin! In less than a week, I’ll be traveling down with my research team to the island of Barbuda to continue our study of sea turtle nesting behavior. Some of you may think, “Is she spelling that … Continue reading

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Sea Turtles date from 120 million years ago – ancient creatures of the sea, yet they are listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act and need to be protected. These magnificent creatures migrate hundreds of miles sometimes making their … Continue reading

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