Sea Turtle Foundation staff participated in a 10-day research trip to Raine Island, largest green turtle rookery in the world, with the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection and James Cook University.  Researchers are concerned with the hatching success rate on the island and activities included counting hatchlings, counting nesting adults, and assessing nesting success by excavating hatched nests and determining how many eggs hatched, how many didn’t, and what development stage the unhatched eggs reached.  We hope that the valuable data collected will allow researchers and EHP staff to learn how we can help improve the hatching success on Raine Island and ensure there are Turtles for Tomorrow!