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HONDA TRACKING STATISTICS

Release Date: November 28, 2018
Transmitter Type: Wildlife Computers Splash10F-344C
Data Collected: GPS location, Water Temperature, and Behavior Information
Expected Lifespan of Tag: 1 Year, depending on battery life


Distance From Juno Beach:
80 miles
Current Water Temperature: 76°F
Nearest City: Melbourne, Florida
Recent Coordinates: Latitude: 28.064 Longitude: -80.219
Total Distance Traveled: 149 miles

 

 

 


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Honda’s Background Info:
Honda is an adult male loggerhead sea turtle that was found in the St. Lucie Power Plant intake canal on April 7, 2018. Upon admission to The Sea Turtle Hospital at Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Honda was underweight and had an active infection. The turtle gradually made progress and was eventually medically cleared for release. Honda was released from Juno Beach on November 28, 2018 with a Wildlife Computers’ satellite transmitter.

Honda is named in honor of The Honda Classic, the largest golf event in Palm Beach County. The Honda Classic has created the Honda Classic Cares Foundation which reinvests profits from the event to help impact the lives of children in our community. The Honda Classic Cares underwrites a portion of Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s educational programming. We are honored to partner with such a great organization that shares our passion for educating the next generation.

Update 12/10/2018:
Honda has continued to travel north and is now just offshore of Melbourne, Florida. Honda is in 95 feet of water that is currently 76°F.

Update 11/29/2018:
Honda was released off of Juno Beach on November 28, 2018. Since his release yesterday, Honda has traveled approximately 5.5 miles and is currently just off-shore of Carlin Park.  See photos and videos from his release on our Facebook page.