Monitor. Conserve. Inform.

The Jumby Bay Hawksbill Project seeks to better understand the life history and population dynamics of the hawksbill sea turtle, in hopes that our findings will serve as a foundation for wise management and sound, scientifically-grounded policy making.

Our research explores the reproductive ecology, survival, movement,and genetics of the endangered hawksbill sea turtle.

Critically endangered hawksbill sea turtles are renowned for their beautiful mottled shell.

You can help.

The Jumby Bay Hawksbill Project is the longest, continuously running hawksbill research program in the world. Since 1987, we have monitored the hawksbill sea turtle nesting colony on Long Island, Antigua in the West Indies. We are a member of WIDECAST.



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