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Each year now for decades, groups of dedicated volunteers have hit the beaches of Cozumel's "wild side" working all night during nesting and hatching season to help protect and conserve Cozumel's sea turtles. Over the years the number of sea turtle nests marked and monitored on Cozumel's east side beaches has grown from just a few hundred to over 5,000 nests each year.

Those travelers vacationing on the island between June and November now have an opportunity to donate to the turtle conservation cause and observe the turtles nesting and as well as participate in liberating baby sea turtles to the ocean. The flyer below explains all of the events and activities available via the Museum for tourists and islanders to have a chance to experience the wonder and magic of Cozumel's nesting sea turtle population.

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