Preserving the sea turtles
The Tamar Project was created in 1980, by the Brazilian Institute for Forestry Development which later became IBAMA-Brazilian Institute of the Environment. Its main objective is the preservation of five types of sea turtles in Brazil, which it achieves by protecting 1,100 miles of beaches with 23 bases that are responsible for the feeding, care, and growth of the "tartarugas". The name is short for "tartaruga marinha". The website has details of the project with pictures ... although of course, the best thing to do is come to Brazil to see it in person.