Stories of Kindness from Around the World

🌴 Padre Island Pick-up

--by mindyjourney, posted Mar 9, 2023

Litter bags provided by Padre Island National Park supports beachcombers to pick up trash as we stroll along the ocean’s edge. The bulk of the trash was plastic, with a random beach sandal, candy wrapper and beer bottle.

Truly, a LOT less litter than we have found previously, which is encouraging!

🐢 Park Ranger remembered the origami turtles I made for them years ago, when I gave them some again this visit.

The rangers and volunteers are HUGE in helping Kemp’s Ridley turtles (the most endangered sea turtle species) successfully hatch and release.

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Mish wrote: Sounds like a wonderful community. Thanks for pitching in. 👌🏻
unknown wrote: 👍😘
pluto178 wrote: Great idea x
Dennis826 wrote: Great work! I`m sure the turtles are happy as well.
Rajni wrote: As a human being, it is our duty to work and behave in such a way that we do not harm anyone. Litter on beaches endanger sea life. Sister Mindy, your effort to preserve Kemp’s Ridley turtles, directly and indirectly. It is greatly appreciated.
petroskryf wrote: Thank you for helping with the trash, Mindy. Rather 'litter' the world with kindness like yours.

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