Long Island, better known as Jumby Bay, is a 300-acre private island located off Antigua’s northeastern coast. The island’s isolation from the mainland has created a haven for nesting hawksbills – and an excellent opportunity to study them. The JBHP is a scientifically rigorous research project, based on intensive monitoring of Jumby Bay’s nesting beaches. Saturation tagging, or ensuring that every turtle nesting on Pasture Beach is identified, forms the foundation for our research. As the longest, continuous-running hawksbill study in the world, we have the ability to address unique ecological questions while continuing to explore new research opportunities.