I’m completely geeking out here, but we just had the best morning ever. The Myrtle Beach State Park has a plethora of educational programs that will enthrall a child with even the slightest interest in science. Today we did the Sea Turtle Patrol, meeting Ranger Ann at the pier at 6 a.m., in search for evidence of sea turtle crawls and nests. Little did we know we were in for quite a surprise!
Let me start by saying that some people make attempts at seeing crawls, nests, and eggs for years with no success. When Ranger Ann said there had been a crawl in Surfside Beach and the eggs were being relocated to the park this morning, I felt honored. I documented the experience in photos. You can see the full set in the Myrtle Beach State Park album on my Facebook page.