Villagers in the seaside village of Candiis in the Philippines, are taking part in an initiative to guard turtle nesting sites have documented their most successful season within awhile! With nearly 300 hatchlings released into the sea in the 1st half of May alone — and much more expected before the month ends. Within 2019, the town released only 315 turtle hatchlings from five having their nests events.

300 vitally endangered sea turtles! How amazing is that?   It’s the first time that will no eggs were spoiled, based on Rolando Pagara, a village authorities member who leads the community turtle conservation in Candiis, “Yesterday in around 5 in the afternoon whilst I checked the nesting terrain and make sure the protected barriers are usually in place, I saw several turtle hatchlings were slowly crawling out of the fine sand. We immediately gathered, checked plus counted them; the eggs are about 155 before releasing them to the sea at around 6: thirty in the evening. ”

Tale via The Planetary Communicate