Shannon Secco and John Jennings release hatchling sea turtles Aug. 23, 2013, on Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. The 325th Civil Engineering Squadron Natural Resources monitors and protects the sea turtles that come to Tyndall AFB’s beaches to nest. They also compile data for Florida’s monitoring system on these nests including: where the nests are located, what species of turtles laid the nest and how many successfully hatched out of the nest. Secco and Jennings are wildlife technicians with the 325th CES.
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