Turtle Watching

| September 22, 2018

One of the most interesting pictures I saw this week comes from Sir Richard Branson — Leatherback turtle hatchlings making their way down to the ocean at Necker Island’s Turtle Beach.

In his article he explains: “As it is a matter of livelihood for some, Necker Island and other neighbouring resorts and restaurants have made a commitment to change the marketplace and purchase the invasive species of Lionfish, keeping turtles at their highest value alive. Several years ago Minister Saboto Ceasar of St Vincent lead a compelling campaign to protect turtles in St Vincent & The Grenadines. His campaign was called ‘No Extinction in my Generation’ and we are committed to empowering the BVI to follow St Vincent’s admirable path towards total protection.”

http://www.virgin.com/richard-branson/why-we-need-protect-turtles

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Delia Dolor is an all-round media professional. She produces and presents television, radio and live shows. She is also a public speaker, magazine and print editor.
Delia has been credited with creating a more intimate confessional form of media communication and to have influenced the way talk shows in the Caribbean can influence the lives of others.

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