Loggerhead turtle nest washed over by high surf
The first turtle nest of the season in Seacrest has been compromised due to high surf conditions May 23.
According to Sharon Maxwell from South Walton Turtle Watch, a turtle nest stops development if it is washed over more than three times. With high surf conditions, the Gulf waters have been up to the sand dunes.
Time will tell, and the group will monitor and dig when it reaches full development at 80 days.
For more information about our local turtle watch group, go to: www.seaturtlewatch.com