Sea turtle release
Date: 6/3/2014 Album ID: 1809386
Photos by Ken Blevins/Star News
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Volunteers release sea turtles from the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center
Jennifer Bragaw and Jessie Jaramillo and other Volunteers from the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center release Boater a loggerhead sea turtle that had been at the hospital for over 5 years back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Jennifer Bragaw and Jessie Jaramillo and other Volunteers from the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center release Boater a loggerhead sea turtle that had been at the hospital for over 5 years back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Hundreds of beachgoers look on as Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center release 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center ride in the back of a truck into Surf City before they release 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Hundreds of beachgoers look on as Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center release 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Karina French, Lisa Brossia, Kara cook and Jordan Dickinson pick up Arendell as they prepare to release her from the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Judy Niemeyer carries Grinch a green sea turtle out of Turtle Bay as Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center prepare to release 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Karina French, Lisa Brossia, Kara cook and Jordan Dickinson pick up Arendell as they prepare to release her from the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Judy Ferrier holds Altima a green sea turtle as Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center prepare to release 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Gayle Childress holds onto Kemp's Ridley sea turtle as Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center prepare to release 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Volunteers and interns prepare Boater a 320 pound loggerhead sea turtle for release.  Boater had been at the hospital for the past 5 years. Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center released 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Volunteers and interns prepare Boater a 320 pound loggerhead sea turtle for release.  Boater had been at the hospital for the past 5 years. Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center released 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Volunteers and interns prepare Boater a 320 pound loggerhead sea turtle for release.  Boater had been at the hospital for the past 5 years. Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center released 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Volunteers and interns prepare Boater a 320 pound loggerhead sea turtle for release.  Boater had been at the hospital for the past 5 years. Volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center released 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Director Jean Beasley tells volunteers who will be releasing turtles on the beach at the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center. Volunteers released 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Director Jean Beasley tells volunteers who will be releasing turtles on the beach at the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center. Volunteers released 10 sea turtles back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Beachgoers look on as Gayle Childress and other volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center release a juvinelle Kemp's Ridley sea turtle back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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Beachgoers look on as Gayle Childress and other volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center release a juvinelle Kemp's Ridley sea turtle back into the ocean in Surf City, N.C. Monday June 2, 2014. The hospital will release over forty turtles throughout the week before the grand opening to the public at their new building this Thursday June 5, 2014. Staff Photo By Ken Blevins/StarNews Media
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