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OIB Sea Turtle Protection on the lookout after nests repeatedly damaged

Ocean Isle Beach Sea Turtle Protection Organization volunteers are on the lookout after several sea turtle nests have been repeatedly damaged.

Gov. Cooper declares Sea Turtle Week, OIBSTPO to hold Turtle Talks

Earlier this month, Governor Roy Cooper declared June 13-19 Sea Turtle Week in North Carolina.

Makai Brewing Company raises $1300 to save the sea turtles

Good news is brewing for the sea turtles in Brunswick County. 

Erosion impacting residents, human and sea creature, in Ocean Isle Beach

The Ocean Isle Beach Sea Turtle Protection Organization patrols beaches looking for nests that weathered Hurricane Isaias.

Sick sea turtle rescued by Ocean Isle Beach paddleboarder

Good deeds are popping up all over the country, including right here in our own backyard where a local teen went out of his way to try and save an animal.

Resort installs sea turtle-friendly lights just in time for nesting season

Sea Turtle nesting season has begun and one hotel in the Cape Fear has made some adjustments to make it a little easier for the animals.

Local organization donates thousands of gloves from inventory to NHRMC

More locals have been answering the call to help area hospitals.

Ocean Isle Beach sea turtle nest first in NC to hatch

Sea turtle nesting season is in full swing. One Brunswick County beach town has the honor of being home to the first nest to hatch in our state this season.

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