Baby turtles in winter, video


This video from Canada says about itself:

Where Do Baby Turtles Spend the Winter? (video)

Turtles lay their eggs on land by digging a hole in dirt or sand and then covering the nest. Many species nest over several weeks during spring and summer. Understanding the ecology and life cycles of reptiles and amphibians is critical for wildlife management programs that emphasize natural biodiversity.

“The great outdoors is the foundation of all life on Earth, including yours.”

Episode 6 of a year-long 24 episode education-outreach video series starring Whit Gibbons (Herpetologist and Author), produced in cooperation with The Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy.

This series features “fascinating facts and helpful conservation tips” for everyone “from homeowners to professional land and wildlife managers.”

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