Satellite Tracking of Nesting Females
(SatTrack)

The ProTECTOR Satellite Tagging Program began in September, 2010 with the very first sea turtle to be tagged with a satellite transmitter in the history of Honduras. Her name is"Erica" and she's an adult Olive ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea).

In 2011, we launched two more satelite tags with "Tenita", and "Brenda" These turtles were also Olive ridleys, and we are currently following their migration pathways in the Pacific Ocean.

To find out more about each turtle in the SatTrack program, click on the turtles below.

Lindsey Damazo and Chel
Ginger
"Chel" Tagged July 11, 2012 at Utila "Ginger" Tagged August 12, 2012 at Utila  

 

Reina-Christiana
Sabine
Loanis
"Reina-Christiana" Tagged September 13, 2012 at El Venado "Sabine" Tagged September 5, 2012 at Venado "Loanis" Tagged September 23, 2012 at ElVenado

 

Erica
Tenita
Brenda
 
"Erica" Tagged September 24, 2010 at Punta Raton "Tenita" Tagged September 20, 2011 at El venado

"Brenda" Tagged September 23, 2011 at El Venado

 

 

 

 


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