here. I also wanted to share that as they were searching for the eggs in the nest, they kept uncovering cigarette butts and other various plastics. The mother sea turtle created a womb in the sand... and it was littered with our mess. Let us all encourage and challenge each other to do more. Refuse single-use plastics. Pick up litter when we see it. Write companies. What ever it is that you can do, now is the perfect time to start.
20 minutes on May 31, 2013 at Access 40Litter by weight: 6.5 oz
Cigarette butts: 17
Total amount of cigarette butts removed from Wrightsville Beach, NC in 188 days: