Emily Barks, left, and Bonnie Fairbanks kill a few minutes until it's time to do another pass along the shore of Keewaydin Island in search of loggerhead turtles. The Conservancy interns check the shoreline on their ATVs about once an hour. More than that and they risk interfering with turtles headed for the dunes to lay eggs.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Emily Barks, left, and Bonnie Fairbanks kill a few minutes until it's time to do another pass along the shore of Keewaydin Island in search of loggerhead turtles. The Conservancy interns check the shoreline on their ATVs about once an hour. More than that and they risk interfering with turtles headed for the dunes to lay eggs.

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