HONOLULU - Green sea turtles are making their way back to the main Hawaiian islands, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration wants your help tracking their journey. The turtles spend about two months breeding and nesting each year in the "French Frigate Shoals" about 12-hundred-miles north of the main Hawaiian islands. Scientists at NOAA want the public's help tracking the turtle's two-week excursion back. To help keep a look out for turtles with the large ID number painted on their back. Keep about a ten foot distance, snap a picture, and email it along with an exact location to respectwildlife@NOAA.gov