A small hawksbill hatchling alone by itself near one of the pools.
Turtles are released after capture, measurement, and flagging with biodegradable ribbon (so they're not caught immediately again)
Swimming with a green sea turtle in the lagoon of Conception Island, before capture and measurement
One of the smaller turtles captured for tagging
Steve Connett and Barbara Crouchley out on a mission to tag & measure turtles for the Archie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research
Steve taking measurements
Barbara taking notes on the turtle's biometrics
Calming the newly captured turtle
Steve hauling in a green sea turtle after a long chase in the water
Steve taking the turtle out of the net and laying it in the boat
Barbara spotting the turtles; they're chased a short while until they're tired at which point they're netted or captured by hand
Green Sea Turtle nest after being raided by a raccoon
Green sea turtle tracks on the beach of Tortuguero National Park
Green sea turtle
A Green Sea Turtle swimming beneath Port Oranje
An injured green sea turtle living with smaller hawksbills, all under six inches in length.
Someone brought an injured green sea turtle that now lives with the smaller hawksbill turtles.