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Critical habitat designated for loggerhead sea turtles in Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico
Loggerhead turtle hatchlings make their way to the Gulf of Mexico. When the hatchlings emerge from their shell and nest, they primarily rely on vision to find their way to the sea. They head towards the brightest light, which ideally should be the moon and stars reflecting on the water’s surface.
Across 685 miles of beaches from North Carolina to Mississippi, loggerhead sea turtles now swim in federally protected waters.
Ashley Chango, Director of Marketing for the Homeless Emergency Project in Clearwater, stands before the door that’s been the gateway for thousands of people in need.
Hope for the Homeless
This house located at 1140 Brownell St., rests on the northern edge of a plot where the city is constructing an $11 million firehouse, which can be seen in the background. The city has been attempting to purchase the property from the owner for almost three years.
City ready to finalize purchase of home behind fire station
This aerial view, looking east across the harbor to the downtown area, features the city’s Main Library, Coachman Park, the Harborview Center, the Harbor Marina and city hall, and several private residential towers.
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Critical habitat designated for loggerhead sea turtles in Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico
Hope for the Homeless

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