Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Catherine-Barr-with-Juvenile-Hawksbill-Turtle-27MZIFKM0UX.htmlConceptually similarCatherine Barr with Juvenile Hawksbill TurtleGP0AWUCompleted★★★★Juvenile Hawksbill TurtleGP0U0BCompleted★★★★★★Measuring Hawksbill TurtleGP014OYCompleted★★★★Hawksbill Turtle Nesting in Saudi ArabiaGP0165JCompleted★★★★Tagging a Hawksbill TurtleGP0YXMCompleted★★★★Weighing a Hawksbill TurtleGP01AT0Completed★★★★Hawksbill Turtle NestingGP0CIECompleted★★★★Turtle Research in the GulfGP0GKPCompleted★★★★★★Greenpeace Turtle Research in the GulfGP01DS1Completed★★★★View AllGP0N2ZCatherine Barr with Juvenile Hawksbill TurtleCatherine Barr from the Greenpeace turtle research project with a juvenile Hawksbill Turtle. Saudi island of Jana, the Gulf.Locations:Arabian Peninsula-Jana-Saudi ArabiaDate:1 Jun, 1991Credit:© Greenpeace / Justin ThomasMaximum size:5605px X 3774pxKeywords:Beaches-Day-Endangered species-Greenpeace staff-Hawksbill turtles-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-Research-Turtles-Women-Young animalsShoot:Turtle Research Project in the GulfGreenpeace turtle research in the Gulf. The team were monitoring the nesting and hatching success of Green and Hawksbill turtles on islands off Saudi Arabia. The project was a continuation of research started by the Saudis in 1985. One of the aims was to investigate the effects of oil spills on nesting habitats.