Friday, December 12, 2008

Shire debates Turtles' nesting on Cable Beach, Broome




Photos by Rodger Grohmann

THIS WEEK: A female flatback turtle returning to the water after nesting on Cable Beach at 6.00pm Sunday 7th December in the public swimming area.

Next Wednesday 17th December, the Shire of Broome will debate closing Cable Beach from sunset to sunrise for the turtle nesting season.
See VEHICLE IMPACTS ON NESTING TURTLES at

http://www.broome.wa.gov.au/council/pdf/agenda/2008/20081217oa.pdf

You are encouraged to write to the Shire Councillors to express your opinion on this debate.

Shire President. Graeme Campbell - shirepresident@broome.wn.com.au
Deputy Shire President. Chris Mitchell - eokacc@westnet.com.au
Cr. Michael Albert - albert@garnduwa.com.au
Cr. Shelley Eaton - eatonshelley@bigpond.com
Cr. Elsta Foy - phone fax 61 8 9192 739
Cr. Rob Lander - councillor.lander@broome.wa.gov.au
Cr. Chris Maher - chris@arthousebroome.com
Cr. Peter Matsumoto - councillor.matsumoto@broome.wa.gov.au
Cr. Nik Wevers nikwevers@bigpond.com


The turtles breeding on Cable Beach must be protected

1 comment:

  1. Very interesting pictures of the wild life of Cable beach. Keep posting I will visit your website soon.

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