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Labor Day weekend turned out to be an incredibly busy time for the Sea Turtle Rescue team! For only the second time in our history, we admitted three stranded sea turtles in one day on Sunday, August 31st. All three were victims of negative human impacts.
Barb Gobien and Barb Bergwerf, permitted Sea Turtle Rescue volunteers, arrived with our first patient at 1:45 Sunday afternoon. Weighing 33 pounds, this juvenile green from Edisto was twice […]
Join the South Carolina Aquarium Sustainable Seafood Initiative and The Granary for the next Sustainable Seafood Dinner taking place Sunday, August 31, 2014 at 6 p.m.
Executive Chef Brannon Florie has created the four-course meal featuring fresh sustainable seafood that honors the bounty of the Lowcountry.
Seafood charcuterie featuring wreckfish rillettes, pastrami cured salmon, cobia bologna, shrimp mousse, grain mustard, house pickles and sourdough bread paired with Palmetto Lager.
Vermillion snapper Carpaccio with pickled mustard seeds, […]
The Public is Invited to Bid Farewell to Two Sea Turtles Rehabilitated at the South Carolina Aquarium, August 6, 2014
CHARLESTON, S.C. — August 4, 2014 — Two sea turtles rehabilitated at the South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Rescue Program are ready to return to the deep blue sea. The public is invited to say goodbye to Bay, a Kemp’s ridley sea turtle, and Mitchel, a loggerhead sea turtle, on Wednesday, August 6, […]
Loggerhead (Caretta caretta)
Stranding Location: Found floating in Folly River
Arrival Date: 07/17/2014
Weight: 45.0 kg (~100 lb.)
This juvenile loggerhead was found by local fishermen, Bruce Humbert and Jimmy Walsh, as they returned to Folly boat landing from an afternoon of fishing. These gentlemen are not new to sea turtles in coastal waters this time of year so they easily recognized that the loggerhead was unable to dive and extremely lethargic. They called the South […]