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Turtles of Monterrico, Guatemala Radio/TV Program

Turtles of Monterrico, Guatemala: Audio Journeys

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Monterrico, located on the pacific coast of Guatemala has become a popular tourist destination for Guatemalans and foreigners alike because of its beautiful beaches and native turtle population. In this Audio Journey, our guide Patricia L. Lawrence partners with the Center for Study of Conservation to learn a bit more about the sea turtles who call Monterrico home. Informative and entertaining, Lawrence is at her best in this short but enlightening guided tour of the famous black sand beaches of Guatemala.

Publisher's Summary

Monterrico, Guatemala, lies along the Pacific Coast of Guatemala. For centuries, turtles have used the narrow strip of black sand beach as the perfect incubator for their fragile eggs. Today, competition with human activities threaten some of the world's last remaining turtles.

The Center for the Study of Conservation, a department of Guatemala's university system, is in Monterrico to protect the turtles and surrounding mangrove forests.

©2009 Travel Radio International; (P)2009 Travel Radio International

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