The Hawksbill Turtle has been swimming in the southern oceans since the time of the dinosaurs. Now over fishing is threatening the species' survival, and three small islands are one of its last stands. The Arnavon Islands, nestled in a far corner of the Solomon Islands, have become one of the Hawksbill's most important rookeries in the Pacific Ocean. Three rival tribes claim ownership of the islands. But their need for resources is threatening the very environment they depend on. Increased demand has caused them to hunt the hawksbill to the brink of extinction. Home for Hawksbill tells the remarkable story of how these rival tribes overcame cultural conflicts and disputes over land ownership to protect the islands and save the turtles. Their success inspired others, and is now a model for conservation for the rest of the world.