We have Nest # 1! Tory Kindley with Bill and Linda Nelson found the crawl 100 yards North of Boardwalk 3. Judy Morr responded and the nest was found on first probe! The 143 eggs were moved to higher ground south of Boardwalk 4.
Today's nest is tied with 2012 for the second earliest nest in Seabrook Island's recorded history. Number one was 2017 with a nest on May 4th. We had 73 nests in 2012 and 69 in 2017 so this could be the sign of a big year.