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Bare Sand Marine Debri Collection 2012
06 May 2012

Bare Sand Marine Debri Collection 2012

​Masses of discarded fishing nets, plastic bottles, rubber footwear and other debri washes up each year on the shores of the top end, impacting on nesting turtles and their habitats. Bare Sand Island is an important nesting ground for flatback turtles, and since the inception of the Turtle Tracks tour Team Turtle have been collecting all marine debri from the island and returning it to Darwin for proper disposal.

2012 Turtle Tours up and away
16 April 2012

2012 Turtle Tours up and away

​We had a fabulous trip to Bare Sand Island on Saturday 14 April 2012 for the traditional clean up tour. The boat was chockers full of eager helpers, including return eco warriors and Austurtle members, as well as some interstate visitors.

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