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    • 100 baby sea turtles released to open sea 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, December 10, 2017, on page A6)
      After hatching in a busy beach resort here, some 100 baby sea turtles (pawikan) made their way back home on Saturday. The olive ridley sea turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) were born at a hatchery of All Hands Beach and began ...
    • From predators to protectors of sea turtles 

      Sarmiento, Bong (Philippine Daily Inquirer, December 9, 2018, on page A15)
      Under coconut trees swaying from the sea breeze, several fishermen would usually gather at a coastal village here on late afternoons to unwind from hard work with a gallon of “tuba” (coconut wine). As Filipino culture ...
    • Iloilo kids help protect sea turtles 

      Villa, Hazel; Pagador, Juliana Rose (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 7, 2021, on page A5)
      In the village of Atabayan here, a female turtle has returned to her birthplace to make the sandy shore as her own nesting ground. Her 68 eggs were discovered by fisherman Rodrigo Traifalgar on the chilly morning of Oct. ...
    • In Subic, newly hatched Sea Turtles return to Sea 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, December 14, 2016, on page A12)
      With the help of tourists, 113 newly hatched olive ridley sea turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) were released to their natural habitat at Subic Bay here last week. The turtles were born at the hatchery of All Hands Beach, a ...
    • Protect nesting sites of sea turtles, group urges execs 

      Mallari Jr., Delfin T. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 11, 2017, on page A9)
      Lucena City—Environmentalists have asked officials in Sariaya town in Quezon province to declare areas in the municipality as “protected nesting sites” for endangered sea turtles which lay eggs on their shoreline along the ...