Fortescue May 23, 2016 – Tons of crabs were stranded behind old bulkheads on Fortescue Beach today. The most I ever saw. I was by myself and I counted 456 crabs that were impinged. Big day.
Impinged Crabs at Fortesque jetty – This jetty had a couple crabs lodged in between rocks. They are safe now.
Image of crabs returning to the Bay after being pulled out of the debris at Gandys Haddonfield Rescue Team
Crabs trapped in the debris at Gandys – Had a big day at Gandys beach – 131 males and 60 females removed from the debris
Eggs trapped in the rip rap at Gandys Beach – We pulled large mounds of eggs out from between the debris at Gandys beach. Haddonfield Rescue Team
Big Day on Northern beaches – Picture of Horseshoe Crabs waiting to be reTURNed on Fortescue Beach. May 22 was a big day on Northern beaches as Haddonfield Students turned over and rescued over 1100 Crabs.
Trapped in Fishing Line – Horseshoe Crab trapped (then rescued) on Fishing Line at Fortescue Beach. Haddonfield Rescue Team
Restored Beach – After two seasons of rescuing thousands of impinged crabs at south end of Fortescue, the beach has been restored. Haddonfield Rescue Team
Crab Trapped on Piling at Fortescue – Haddonfield Students on Rescue at Fortescue found and rescued this crab trapped in rope on a piling.