We are only a month away to start receiving volunteers in our project in Pacuare. Even though the leatherback nesting season starts between the end of February and the beginning of March, our team must prepare the hatchery in advance. This structure is used to relocate and keep safe the sea turtle nests that are susceptible to predation, high sand temperatures, coastal erosion and poaching.
Being a month away from receiving volunteers also means that we need to start rebuilding at least one of dorms. Making sure that our volunteers feel comfortable, happy and safe in the project’s area is key for our organization. Better conditions for our heroes translate into better results for sea turtle conservation in Pacuare.
To date, we have raised $167 from the total goal of $8,000 thanks to your help, but we need to keep working hard to have at least one of the dorms ready for the beginning of this year’s season. Therefore, we would like to ask for your help once again, but this time to spread the word. Share with your friends and family and let’s make this 2020 the beginning of a successful decade for sea turtle conservation.
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