Palm Beach County has long been known as an important nesting ground for sea turtles. So when the Palm Beach Island Beach Management Agreement was established three years ago, it included a requirement that sea-turtle nesting be monitored to better learn how beach fills affect the endangered marine animals. The pilot project takes in 15.7 miles of shore, 13 of which are deemed critically eroded, from Lake Worth Inlet to South Lake Worth Inlet.


Use the above source link to see the entire story!

Expore A1A