Training Materials for the Nesting Beach Survey Workshops

The training materials contained in this article are intended for principal permit holders and their volunteers.

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A Beachcomber's Guide to Turtle Tracks

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FWC Facts:
Within 24 hours of hatching, young whooping cranes can follow their parents away from the nest. Together, they forage for plants, insects, snakes, frogs and small animals.

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