Alexa is an adult female Hawksbill turtle. She arrived on Brasilon Beach in southwestern Nicaragua on the evening of 9 August 2012. She laid eggs, and after she was done, she was tagged with a SPOT5 satellite tag to track her movements over the coming months. Alexa was named in honor of Alexander Gaos, co-founder of the Eastern Pacific Hawksbill Initiative (ICAPO), in recognition of his dedication to the conservation of hawksbill and other sea turtles.
She was last tracked on January 17, 2013 near Manzanillo, Costa Rica.
Species: Hawksbill, adult female
Cummulative Distance Travelled: 647 km
Time Tracked: Released August 9, 2012