First, Amelia Island.... now Little Talbot Island. The north Florida surf has become a new home for another group of endangered and threatened sea turtles. It's the perfect event for Earth Day. There were a total of 31 turtles released today. They were all rescued off the coast of Massachusetts and spent months rehabilitating. Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem was there for their big release and tells us more about their long journey. 3 3 00-05 07-1223-2717:37 About 100 people gathered on the beach at Little Talbot Island to see 31 endangered turtles make is safely to sea.Chris Weaver, Watched Turtles Make it to Sea 20:23 This is unreal it's been really awesome to see something like this- oh there they go again- that's really cool The once severely hypothermic turtles are now swimming along our East Coast. New England Aquarium literally brought these sea turtles back to life...Connie Merigo, Director of Rescue 23:41 The energy level you see here today is far different from what you see when they come in the first few weeks These sea turtles are mostly young turtles including 28 Kemp's Ridleys, which are the world's most endangered sea turtle ... as well as 2 loggerheads and 1 green. They washed up last November and December in the frigid waters of Cape Cod Bay in Massachusetts.The turtles were brought to sea turtle hospital at the New England Aquarium in Quincy, MA . It took several days to bring their body temperature back to normal, then they were treated for several months.Aquarium staff says one thing you can do to help sea life- and help these turtles survive- is to properly throw away household trash .Experts say that's their biggest threat right now. 24:46 If everybody contributes in a little way then we end up with a big success we had today Since 1990, the New England Aquarium has treated and released more than 1,000 endangered and threatened sea turtles.AM C4 TLS. We also checked up on those sea turtles released last Wednesday. They spent months of rehabilitation at the National Aquarium in Maryland... They were released off the coast of Amelia Island -- 13 in all. The group says there have been no reports of any turtles washing back... which means, the turtles were strong enough to fight the currents and make it past the wave break.