Network for Endangered Sea Turtles

Network of Endangered Sea TurtlesBaby sea turtle just hatched

About Our Local Network For Endangered Sea Turtles N.E.S.T

Led by our founder Millie Overman, NEST was established in 1995. N.E.S.T. is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of sea turtles and other protected marine wildlife on the Outer Banks of North Carolina from the Virginia line to south Nags Head. N.E.S.T. is committed to contributing to the preservation of these species through research and rescue and rehabilitation efforts and to fostering greater understanding and appreciation of these species and their habitat through education and enhanced public awareness. We work in partnership with the North Carolina Wildlife Commission and the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island. We also work closely with the townships in Dare and Currituck Counties on issues related to sea turtles.

Sea Turtle

When we adventure into the outdoors and connect with nature it changes us in positive ways. Make a stand, act in support for our local N.E.S.T contribute to the preservation of these species through research and rescue and rehabilitation efforts and to fostering greater understanding and appreciation of these species and their habitat through education and enhanced public awareness. To learn more about the Outer Banks Local Network for Endangered Sea Turtles. Please Click on Link below

http://www.nestonline.org/