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Ron Callari took this photo of the “crawl” (in and out of the Atlantic Ocean) of the 69th Mama Loggerhead to build a nest on Hunting Island this summer. She laid 120 eggs in a nest nest which had to be relocated by Friends of Hunting Island volunteers or it would have been destroyed by predators or high tides.

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