National Parks Wildlife: Sea Turtle By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2020


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In the shallow waters and reefs off the coast of Dry Tortugas National Park, Virgin Islands National Park, Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, and others, sea turtles are drawn to these protected waters and beaches year after year. Why? The most prominent reason is because these National Parks provide sea turtles with protected beaches where they can lay their eggs unobstructed by human development. As a result, visitors to the parks can enjoy the turtles (from a distance of course). Anderson Design Group rendered a vintage poster design of a sea turtle swimming just below the ocean surface, surrounded by colorful fish and coral reefs. This original travel art is available as a poster, print, banner, notecard, postcard, or metal sign. To learn more about where best to spot sea turtles at National Parks, be sure to check out the website for the National Park Foundation.

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