Green sea turtles with their nesting beaches right here in Florida are receiving some federal help following a recent legal agreement also involving conservation groups. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service will be required to assign protected vital habitats for green sea turtles by the end of June 2023.
Due to the agreement, the agencies would possibly propose offering protections for beaches where green turtles are breeding in Florida, coastal oceanic areas in the Southeast and on the West Coast, as well as other states like Georgia and the two Carolinas. Such designations of critical habitats do not preclude construction, but they ensure that any project approved by a federal agency will mitigate harm to those protected areas.
Due to reasons like poaching, vessel strikes, and habitat destruction, green sea turtle populations around the world are threatened. Global warming and increasing sea levels, as well as increased emissions, make breeding in certain areas more difficult for these turtles, which has prompted conservation groups to advocate for greater protections.
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