Luckily, he already knew how to care for the eggs, according to CBC News Nova Scotia, because he used to live across the globe in Yemen, where he frequently came across turtle eggs along the shore.
First, he formed a small nest for them in a pile of sand. Then, he placed a thin sheet of wire mesh over the pile to protect the eggs from his curious dogs.
"Every day in the morning, as well as the evening, I went there to this tiny little hill," Buschmann told CBC. He checked in on the eggs every day for about a month, until one day, the eggs hatched.