Diamondback terrapins live in the brackish waters of coastal saltmarshes and mudflats. This mom-to-be was spotted crawling onto Fowler Beach at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. After laying her eggs in the sand, she successfully found her way back to Delaware Bay. Check out Coastal Delaware National Wildlife Refuges for more!
Fowler Beach, restored five years ago as part of a massive salt marsh restoration project, is now home to a variety of wildlife while helping protect area residents from large storm events and flooding http://ow.ly/EGEB50Fn77D
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