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WILDLIFE JOURNAL JUNIOR

Tracking Blanding's Turtle

  • Aired: 05/22/2012
  • Rating: NR
The elusive, yellow-necked Blanding's turtle is one of New Hampshire's rarest, oldest and best-traveled reptiles. Some may walk miles to get to the right place for mating and nesting. The turtles continue to survive in a valuable wetland habitat that is constantly changing -- and often at risk.
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Tracking Blanding's Turtle
Follow the yellow-necked Blanding's turtle as it roams from disappearing wetlands.
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