Tag Archives: Wildlife

So Perfect the Night

The mother loggerhead heaved her massive body on to the white sand beach during a coastal thunderstorm and laid a Read More →

Tiny Turtles of the Silver Moonlight

It happened at midnight….92 loggerhead sea turtles emerged from their nest and headed through the sugar white sand of West Read More →

Working for the Greater Good–Transformation as Taught by a Sea Turtle Hatchling

A small, vulnerable being had a major impact in the lives of many people recently. Her story appeared in a Read More →

12 Hours on the Beach

Shuuuuuuuuuuuu…..shuffle..shuffle……SHUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU…..shuffle–crawl….. Silence. Cycles of tides, rhythms of waves, calls of gulls as they make their last patrol over the sand……shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu…shuffle….shuuuuuuuuu….the Read More →

Instinctual Wisdom of Sea Turtles

The warm, sunny day was exactly what the nests needed. After days of torrential rain and cool temperatures, our sea Read More →

Listening to the Earth

For the past nine nights I’ve been sitting at a nest of loggerhead sea turtles. The volunteer team I am Read More →

My Wild Heart Sings

I arrived at the designated beginning point for my sea turtle patrol twenty minutes early–that’s 5.10am. The last time I Read More →

“There are plenty of sea turtles” and other misconceptions

I posted a photo of a sea turtle caught in a net on Facebook today and it had a link Read More →

Diary of a Wild Heart–Part Seven

One of the things I love about diving Bonaire is the house reef in front of resorts is always a Read More →

Dairy of a Wild Heart–Part Five

I sat in a tidal pool after finishing the last dive of the day. The sun was setting the clouds Read More →