Slow and steady
A boil of green sea turtle hatchlings crawls out of its nest and the tiny sea turtles find their way down the slope of the beach to the ocean. OUR SEA TURTLES PHOTOS

Slow and steady

Beginning in the spring and lasting through autumn, Mother Nature puts on an awe-inspiring spectacle along our coastline. Under dark, starry skies mother sea turtles emerge from the ocean so they can carry on their species. During this ancient ritual, the marine reptile slowly lumbers her way onto the beach to find a safe location to lay her eggs.

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Keeping it clean
The North Fork of the St. Lucie River presents some interesting challenges as kayakers navigate their way through narrower areas.

Keeping it clean

Oxbow Eco-Center is taking on a splashy new role as the primary water quality educator for Port St. Lucie families and businesses. The center is launching a new initiative for non-scientists who want to make a personal difference in the health of the St. Lucie River and the Indian River Lagoon.

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