EXCITED: Maddison Willis and Katie Windsor at Quoin Island.
EXCITED: Maddison Willis and Katie Windsor at Quoin Island.

‘OWE IT TO THEM’: Students thoughts on turtle release

A GROUP of STEM students in Gladstone had a rare opportunity to see a loggerhead turtle released back into the ocean on Quoin Island yesterday.

Here is what they had to say about the experience:

Ashlea Lindeberg and Erica Williams.
Ashlea Lindeberg and Erica Williams.

ASHLEA LINDEBERG: It was amazing.

ERICA WILLIAMS: It was pretty heartwarming to be honest.

Connor Bamford.
Connor Bamford.

CONNOR BAMFORD: It was really amazing because it doesn’t happen that often. We owe it to them to nurture them but still keep them wild.

Maddison Willis and Katie Windsor.
Maddison Willis and Katie Windsor.

MADDISON WILLIS : It was interesting, it was really exciting to see a turtle swim around.

KATIE WINDSOR:It was really cool.



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