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April 29, 2014 4:32 PM

Editorial | Loggerheads likely to nest later again in Myrtle Beach area

When loggerhead sea turtles begin their annual nesting on the beaches of Horry and Georgetown counties, several sea turtle patrols of volunteers will be ready to help protect nests from Waites Island south along the coast and barrier islands.

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