Horseshoe Crab Survey

Each year the Conservancy's volunteers convene to measure the abundance and health of horseshoe crabs, usually at high tide and under a full moon, always exhibiting flexibility and dedication in light of changing weather and beach conditions.

Traveling in Pairs

Rush hour begins.

Mingling With the Limulus

Close-up of the Frenzy

Horseshoe Crab Eggs

This large female visits every year!

A Typical Scene - A Female and Several Males

Full Counting Grid

Soaked But Happy Volunteers

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