June 2020

At Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) it's our mission to be industry leaders in sea turtle and ocean conservation. We believe that we are part of a global society connected by our oceans. To achieve our mission, we focus our work on four core pillars (Conservation, Education, Rehabilitation, Research), each centered on demonstrating measurable impact. Situated on one of the most densely populated sea turtle nesting beaches in the world, our Center helps protect and monitor sea turtles, our global migrators. Our team researches and conserves sea turtles, because sea turtles tell us the health of the ocean, which in turn tells us the health of our planet. These critical indicator species serve as our global ambassadors for ocean conservation. During World Oceans Month, we invite you to dive into the depths of sea turtle and ocean conservation by exploring our efforts. During the entire month of June, World Ocean Month, we hope to inspire you to take action to improve the health of our planets. Join us as we make Waves of Progress.

Juno Pier Photo Contest Winner 2019, Leon Legot.

Sixth Annual Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest

Loggerhead Marinelife Center is calling photographers of all ages and experiences to submit their best photo of the Juno Beach Pier for the Center’s Sixth Annual Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest. Submissions open Monday, June 1 and run until Tuesday, June 30.

Virtual Poster Contest

Loggerhead Marinelife Center in partnership with the Lighthouse Art Center are calling all artists for a virtual poster contest. We believe science needs storytellers, and some of the best stories are told through the lens of art. This World Oceans Month, we hope to focus on conservation optimism and inspire individuals to take action to protect our blue planet.

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Fletch's Ocean Activites

Fletch is Loggerhead Marinelife Center's huggable and lovable mascot. Fletch loves a good high five, or a low five, and is always looking for an opportunity to play and dance with visitors of all ages. Fletch really misses everyone at our Center and still wants you to learn about ocean conservation!