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Andre M. Landry

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Employment History

Director of the Sea Turtle and Fisheries Ecology Research Laboratory

Texas A&M University


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New | AnimalGate

www.animalgate.com [cached]

Andre Landry, a sea turtle expert at Texas A&M University in Galveston, said baby turtles swim out and attach themselves to algae mats or other floating habitats.
It's possible those habitats are oiled, he said. In Florida, because of the proximity to the oil, loggerhead turtle nests are being collected and incubated. Hatchlings are being released on the state's eastern coast, far from the oil. "That goes in direct opposition to what's been decided with the Kemp's ridleys," Landry said. The Kemp's ridleys have been on the endangered list since 1973 after their population was depleted from years of hunting their eggs and trapping the animals in fishing nets.


www.guidrynews.com

Patrolling the Upper Texas Coast was started by Dr. Andre M. Landry, Jr. who contributed vital sea turtle research about the Kemp's ridley sea turtle before he retired from Texas A&M University at Galveston.
he Master Naturalists of the Galveston area have patrolled as volunteers since the beginning but funding is now cut for fueling the ATVs needed to cover beaches from Bolivar Peninsula to Surfside. In 2008 when a $71,000 state grant for the patrols was cut, Dr. Landry personally raised funding with help from Houston trial lawyer Joe Jamail.Jr.


News about Sea Turtle Conservation

www.theturtleladylegacy.org [cached]

According to Andre Landry of the Sea Turtle and Fisheries Ecology Research Lab Texas A&M University at Galveston, it is important for "sea turtle lovers, the regulatory community and beach goers to document nesting events and changes in the integrity of beaches, especially that of our dune systems.


www.guidrynews.com

Stewart Beach and the Galveston Island State Park are home to three new signs honoring Dr. Andre M. Landry, Jr. of Texas A&M University at Galveston and Dr. Joe Flanagan, Senior Veterinarian of the Houston Zoo.
Dr. Landry taught thousands of marine biology students before his retirement last year as well as completing valuable research and starting the first sea turtle patrols on the Upper Texas Coast.


www.guidrynews.com

Interviews are shown with Andre M. Landry, Jr. of Texas A&M University at Galveston; Dr. Roger Zimmerman and Ben Higgins of the NOAA sea turtle facility and former resident Dr. Charles W. Caillouet with lots of beach scenes at Galveston and on the Texas coast.


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