Fish in winter: here.
From Wildlife Extra:
Sea turtle rescues continue in Florida waters
January 2010. The unusually long spell of cold weather in Florida has had a big impact on sea turtles. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has been working on a mass rescue effort for sea turtles throughout the state. More than 2,000 sea turtles have been rescued so far, with 750 of those taken for observation & care to Merritt Island National Refuge. …
Most of the more than 2,000 sea turtles affected by the current cold snap in Florida are green turtles [see also here], with smaller numbers of loggerheads, Kemp’s Ridley [see also here] and hawksbill turtles. FWC biologists predict the majority of the affected turtles will survive.
Remarkable green turtle covered with marine life: here.
January 2010. Thousands of endangered marine turtles have been saved over the past year in the Coral Triangle in Asia, in a new program aimed at reducing bycatch in longline tuna fisheries, according to a review released by WWF: here.
ScienceDaily (Feb. 26, 2010) — Spanish scientists have studied interactions between the loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) and fishing gear such as longline hooks used at the water surface, mass beachings, and the effects of climate change on these animals. In order to reduce captures of this marine species without causing economic losses for fishermen, the scientists are proposing that fishing in the summer should only be carried out by night and in areas more than 35 nautical miles from land: here.
Critically endangered Hawksbill turtles nesting in Abu Dhabi: here.
Three Hawksbill turtles satellite tagged in Kuwait for the first time. Follow them online here.