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Loggerhead Marinelife Center and The Juno beach Pier are now open!

The hurricane has exposed sea turtle nests and sea turtle eggs, which is very difficult to witness. Although it’s hard to see, please do not touch the eggs, leave them in place. Usually, once eggs are exposed, they are not viable, but have the best chance of survival if left untouched. While we have experienced loss, it’s important to know that a majority of this season's sea turtle nests have successfully hatched out before the storm. We are grateful for the overwhelming support and concern for sea turtles on our local beaches and encourage you to ask us questions or tag us in comments regarding proper sea turtle protocol. When LMC’s Juno Beach, FL campus reopens, hatchlings can be brought to the Center for drop off at our hatchling drop off area at the front of our Center. Hatchlings are threatened / endangered animals and can be transported in a bucket with damp sand, no water. As Hurricane Dorian moves along Florida’s coastline, we encourage you to exercise extreme caution as our beaches are experiencing significant wind and wave action. Please stay safe and follow our accounts for official updates. Thank you!


Learn more about our conservation efforts we are deploying and what you can do to help.

Current Sea Turtle Nesting Totals

Juno, Jupiter-Carlin & Tequesta Beaches

Total Nests: 0

Leatherbacks: 0 Nests

Loggerheads: 0 Nests

Green Turtles: 0 Nests


Each year the LMC hospital team and volunteers treat nearly 100 sea turtles and 1,000 hatchlings at our ocean-side facility.

The Latest from the Center

Upcoming Events

Mon 16

Public Guided Tour

September 16 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Juno Beach FL
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Mon 16

Jr. Research Lab

September 16 @ 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Juno Beach FL
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Tue 17

Homeschool Workshop

September 17 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Juno Beach FL
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Help us save endangered sea turtles.