St. Pete Beach's turtle nests and bird colonies STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBERT NEFF

Turtle nests are well marked.
Turtle nests can be anywhere on the beach. Do not leave coolers, furniture, and fill all holes and knock down mounds.
Bird nesting areas are well marked
Bird Crossings are well marked
Flightless chicks are walking the beach, too!
A Black skimmer bird colony uses the bird nesting area. They are at the surf line now.
Enjoying the sandy surf area
Bird crossing
Royal Tern
Share the beach with the bird colonies who call St Pete Beach home
Shorebirds don't swim. Watch for them when you exit the surf.
Enjoy St. Pete Beach!

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