While at a customer’s home cutting back their ornamental grasses, I was lifting a section of grass to cut when I saw this clutch of eggs on the ground. The eggs were almost the size of ones you have in your refrigerator. There was no birds around trying to get our attention, so all we could assume, is that they’re turtle eggs.
This was down on the Great Bay and there is a pond about 1,000 ft’ away.
We left the grass un-cut and hope that the eggs go un-noticed, until they hatch. If they are turtle, it will be later in the summer.