Turtle Rescue News for November 19 2017

Tortoise Rescue

Maybe a tortoise or turtle lives with you and you need to help it find a new home. Maybe you know about a rare or injured tortoise or turtle and need help mounting a rescue operation. Maybe you run an agency that rescues tortoises or turtles and you want the rest of the world to find you easily. Whether you run a turtle or tortoise rescue or want to find one, use this space to connect with others who care. Maybe you have a story about rescued tortoises or turtles that would help others. Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page…. Wants to foster or adopt large tortoise I have 2 very large snapping turtles 1 baby, also have a redfoot. Russian tort needs bigger home My boyfriend brought home a Russian tortoise about 2 years ago. Looking to adopt large female tortoise Hi, I am interested in adopting a large female tortoise. I am looking to adopt a tortoise that is no longer want,. Wants to find rescue team in Mumbai Can you please help to find a rescue team in Mumbai, India. Norfolk Tortoise Rescue At Norfolk Tortoise Rescue we can offer any species of tortoise a loving family home. Sulcata Tortoise needs GOOD home Three year old, female, Sulcata Tortoise needs a good home.
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Magnificent Sea Turtle Farms and Turtle Rescue

Mexico is rapidly becoming one of the foremost countries leading the way in nature conservation. Sea turtle rescue and turtle nesting programs like those in the Riviera Nayarit are giving endangered sea turtles a fighting chance for survival, and tourists can see, learn, and participate in the protection of these magnificent but fragile creatures. The challenge for baby sea turtle survival is to prevent eggs and hatchlings from being attacked by predators. In Bahia Banderas Bay, the town of San Francisco is home to a marine nursery, and Flamingos Beach is the site of a turtle farm, both in service to the preservation of sea turtles that use Riviera Nayarit’s beaches for nesting: Olive Ridley, Leatherback, Hawksbill, and Green turtles. Late summer to late fall are the best months for visiting sea turtle sanctuaries, when turtle eggs are collected and hatchlings are later released into the ocean. For participating in sea turtle rescue and release programs, contact Grupo Ecológico de la Costa Verde and Nuevo Vallarta Tours. Share in the wonderful world of sea turtle farms and turtle rescue programs throughout the Riviera Nayarit like the one in San Pancho.
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Turtle Rescue News for November 18 2017

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Marine Turtle Conservation Program

Sea Grant Teacher Training Program – a teaching exercise to instruct children about loggerhead demographics and mortality has been developed and made available at national marine educators training sessions and on the VIMS Sea Grant Website “The Bridge”. Project Oceanica has produced an educational website titled “Loggerhead Lessons: A Web-Based Educational Resource.” It is a wonderful tool for teachers, students and others who want to learn anything about Loggerhead turtles. It contains photos of the turtles and their nest sites, photo documentaries on their life history and management, a dichotomous identification key, standards-based activities for middle school teachers, and more! Mote Marine Laboratory offers marine science programs via SeaTrek distance learning using interactive videoconferencing technology. With each of our programs, we develop content units that teachers can use in the classroom. Contact Margaret Olsen at for loads of contacts and sources of K-12 sea turtle curriculum. She and other members of the Georgia Association of Marine Education GAME) authored a whole curriculum on marine science, one portion of which was all sea turtles. For older children, NOAA has a sea turtle anatomy guide that is mostly for people that are doing stranding work etc. May be an appreciated addition to a high school anatomy class.
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Marine Turtle Conservation Program

The SCDNR Marine Turtle Conservation Program is responsible for managing and protecting sea turtles in South Carolina. Show your support for endangered and threatened species with the purchase of an Endangered Species Specialty License Plate. The design features a loggerhead sea turtle hatchling making its way to the ocean. The hatchling design represents many months of turtle nest protection efforts and is dedicated to the thousands of South Carolina residents that volunteer their time in support of the SCDNR endangered species conservation programs. Funds from the sale of the license plate will go to the SCDNR and will be used to help protect South Carolina’s endangered and threatened species. The design was painted by artist Ellen Fishburne using a photograph of an actual loggerhead hatchling on the beach at the Isle of Palms in South Carolina. Barbara Bergwerf, a retired professional photographer and SCDNR sea turtle program volunteer, shot this photo one early morning during a nest survey. The cost of the plate is $30 every two years, in addition to the regular registration fee. To purchase this one-of-a-kind license plate, visit any South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles location, call its main office at 737-4000 in Columbia or visit its website at www.
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Turtle Rescue News for November 17 2017

MaxMan Reptile Rescue: Home

PLEASE NOTE – At this time due to our severely reduced level of resources we can only consider critical situations regarding animal rescue requests. If you would like more information about the fire visit: MaxMan Reptile Rescue Sustains Devastating Fire. Maximillian Thorpe, aka MaxMan at 8 years old, 5 feet long, and 15 lbs. Our hope is to present, promote, and educate about reptiles. We hope by gaining a greater knowledge of reptiles you will join us in our appreciation for them and wish to protect them. This site is dedicated to our amazing reptilian friends, providing links to care sheets, support sites and information. MaxMan Reptile Rescue’s mission is to increase knowledge, awareness, and education about reptiles as pets; respecting and providing for reptiles; encouraging proper care; enabling proper animal selections; and advocating for proper handling and environments. We offer educational seminars to schools, civic groups, etc. MaxMan also provides consultations, assistance, foster and adoption programs, and reptile rescue and relocation. Be sure to check out our Calendar of Events to find out where you can meet our reptiles and chat with our wonderful volunteers. According to the American Veterinarian Association, there are now about 2.8 million reptile pets in American homes, including turtles, snakes, and lizards. According to a 2009 survey by the American Pet Products Manufacturing Association, there are now 13.6 million reptile pets in American homes!
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Ohio’s 12 species of turtles at a glance

In the following post, I note the distinguishing characteristics of Ohio’s turtle species, plus the counties in which they’ve been sighted. If you look at the limbs of a Midland Painted Turtle, you’ll note that there is typically some red on the turtles legs. The carapace of these turtles is usually between 3 and 4.7 inches. The two species of map turtle are also similar in that both species have a ridge on their carapaces that runs from neck to tail. Since 1976 Ouachita Map Turtles have been sighted in the following Ohio counties: Pickaway and Ross. The carapace typically ranges in size between 10 and 19 inches, and these turtles usually weigh between 10 and 35 pounds. The carapace of the female can attain a length of 7 to 17 inches making it one of the largest freshwater turtles in North America. Unlike the Midland Smooth Softshell Turtles, the Eastern Spiny Softshell Turtle has circular spots all over their backs, often with a noticeable ring around the spot. Unlike the Eastern Spiny Softshell Turtles described above, the Midland Smooth Softshell Turtles does not have regular, circular spots on its back. Since 1976 Midland Smooth Softshell Turtles have been sighted in the following Ohio counties: Clermont, Hamilton, Muskingum. The website goes on to list four species of wild turtles that are okay to keep as pets. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources also publishes a nice overview of our turtle species here.
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Friends of Hunting Island Sea Turtles

In cooperation with South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the volunteers of the Sea Turtle Conservation Project commit their early mornings from May through mid-October to walk the beaches of Hunting Island State Park, locating and protecting nests, relocating nests when necessary, and conducting nest inventories after the hatchlings emerge. In 2013, volunteers located and protected 125 loggerhead nests in the six zones of the Hunting Island State Park Beach. Approximately 7700 young turtles successfully hatched, assisted by our efforts. People like YOU, who commit to join the Project and Friends of Hunting Island. What will I do if I join the Project? Walk Hunting Island State Park beach with other volunteers to identify sea turtle crawls and nests. Help relocate nests laid within the intertidal zone to higher ground. Protect nests with mesh and wire cages, and identify with official signage. Monitor nests for signs of hatches and hatchling emergence. What might my assigned role include, and what would I need to do? Sea Turtle Team Members: Attend a morning training session on SCDNR and FOHI requirements and procedures during the first week of May. Report to the Visitors’ Center at 6 AM one day per week during the nesting and hatching season, May through mid-October. Walk the beaches with Team Leaders and look for turtle tracks and nests.
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Turtle Rescue News for November 16 2017

Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

The western pond turtle inhabits slow-moving streams, lakes, ponds and wetlands. The only other species native to Washington, the painted turtle, is more brightly colored with yellow stripes on the head and bright red markings on the underside. Non-native species such as the pond slider, which often are liberated pets, occur in many sites and can be confused with western pond turtles. The western pond turtle once ranged from the Puget Sound lowlands through western Oregon and California to Baja California. Recovery in Washington will require long-term efforts because the turtles mature slowly, requiring up to10 years to produce their first offspring. Unlike wild turtles, zoo-reared turtles are fed throughout the winter in a controlled environment. The young turtles are released at established sites to augment populations or to establish additional populations. The process helped to review the status of Washington’s recovering turtle population and to prioritize future actions. Through a collaborative approach combining efforts in the field and at Woodland Park Zoo and Oregon Zoo, Washington has released more than 1,500 turtles to date. Shell disease has emerged as a major concern for the Washington populations of Western Pond Turtles in recent years. Though there are few documented incidences of shell disease in wild turtle populations, there are numerous accounts of shell disease in individual captive pet turtles. The Western Pond Turtles with shell disease have defects in the scutes and often deep pitting lesions that expose the underlying bone and frequently penetrate into the body cavity.
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Special Species Symposium 2012: School of Veterinary Medicine: University of Pennsylvania

Harriet Forrester is a New Jersey licensed wildlife rehabilitator and the founder of Turtle Rescue of New Jersey, Inc., a non-profit organization. TRONJ is dedicated to the care and medical treatment of ill, injured, or abused turtles, resulting in the release of native species back to their natural habitat in the wild, or placement of non-native species with qualified caretakers. TRONJ also provides educational programs and training about turtles and tortoises to improve their care and treatment. Ms. Forrester invented a new, non-invasive method of turtle shell repair that is now taught worldwide and is also a co-author of Relative vulnerability of female turtles to road mortality, published in Animal Conservation by The Zoological Society of London. She developed a year-long apprentice training program for turtle rehabilitation for the New Jersey Association of Wildlife Rehabilitators, and writes and lectures frequently about turtles. In 2002, she was a participant in the Kadoorie Rescue, the largest seizure of turtles ever smuggled into Hong Kong for food markets in China. Ms. Forrester received the 2001 Benefactor Award for exemplary service to the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife and was honored to be a nominee for the Women and Wildlife award given by the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey. Ms. Forrester has also been a part of the Wildlife Medicine series for first-year veterinary students at the University of Pennsylvania for the past eight years.
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Nonnative Turtles of Arizona

The Food and Drug Administration administers a ban on the sale of turtles and tortoises smaller than 4 inches because of the risk of salmonella infection associated with small turtles. A spiny softshell, a nonnative turtle in Arizona, captured at a Phoenix pond. Arizona has at least three species of established, nonnative turtles which are likely the result of the escape or intentional release of pets. Scroll below to find descriptions of Arizona’s nonnative turtles. These are nonnative turtles and are here because people release their unwanted pet turtles into the wild. Each spring, the Arizona Game and Fish Department Turtles Project conducts a “Turtle Trapping” event, where nonnative female turtles are trapped and removed from the pond in front of the Phoenix Zoo. Since 1999, nearly 550 nonnative turtles were captured and removed from the zoo’s pond, 522 of which were females that were placed for adoption. A tub used for holding nonnative turtles at the annual Turtle Trapping. Pond sliders are by far the most commonly captured nonnative turtles during the event. Like other nonnative turtles, the snapping turtle has several traits that have allowed it to establish itself in Arizona. Small turtles seem to pose a high risk of salmonella infection to children because children play with and can put small turtles in their mouths. The Arizona Game and Fish Department Turtles Project utilizes technical equipment such as radio-telemetry tags, GPS units, and hoop traps to survey and monitor turtle populations statewide.
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Turtle Rescue News for November 15 2017

Aquarium News and Updates

“Shell Shocked,” the story of last year’s epic cold-stunned turtle season, airs nationally on Sea Rescue this Saturday, January 16. The New England Aquarium and Mass Audubon are featured in Saturday’s episode of Sea Rescueâ„¢. This special broadcast is Sea Rescue’s 100th original episode and relives the record-breaking turtle cold-stunning event in Massachusetts from November 2014 to January 2015. Hundreds of turtles were flown south for rehabilitation. Every year a number of turtles strand on the coast of New England because of frigid water temperatures, but no one expected the 2014 – 2015 season would shatter all previous records. Residents of Cape Cod began seeing high numbers of cold stunned Kemp’s ridley turtles, and every day for six weeks teams from Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary combed the beaches in heavy, freezing winds. The numbers soon became overwhelming; on one day alone Mass Audubon rescued a staggering 148 cold stun turtles and within weeks over 1,000 turtles and every square inch of floor space was taken up with new patients. The Mass Audubon “First responders” transported sick turtles to our Animal Care Center in Quincy, Mass., for acute care, involving slowly rewarming the turtles over several days and treating them with antibiotic and antifungal to boast immune systems and fend off infection. Once the patients were stabilized, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration coordinated moving hundreds of turtles to 21 facilities around the country for long term rehab. Working with the United States Coast Guard and Florida Fish and Wildlife, the turtles found temporary homes throughout the East and Gulf Coasts, and as far away as Texas. Long term rehab included keeping them in clean, warm water and continuing medications until the turtles slowly began to respond to treatment. All totaled over 730 turtles were recovered, rehabilitated, and began their second chance at life, seven times the average number treated.
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Marine Turtle Conservation in Atlantic, Neptune and Jacksonville Beaches, Duval County, Florida

BSTP is the only FWC-permitted turtle patrol in Atlantic, Neptune and Jax Beaches! Our name is clearly visible on our tee shirts and ATVs. If you observe anyone touching a turtle or a nest that is NOT identifiable as a BSTP volunteer, please notify the appropriate local law enforcement agency immediately. If you see a nesting turtle, stay at least 25 yards behind her at all times. If you find a stranded sea turtle: Stray hatchlings should be placed in a small bucket or container with 1-2″ of moist sand, and covered lightly with a cloth or towel. Report adult turtles immediately to BSTP at 613-6081 or to Florida Fish & Wildlife at 1-888-404-3922. Do not touch the turtle unless instructed to by a certified BSTP volunteer or FWC employee. Opening reception Friday May 26 from 7-9 PM. A portion of the sales of sea turtle art is donated to BSTP! Come get some unique gifts and help the turtles at the same time! Attention beachfront residents and business owners! You’re invited to attend a free sea turtle lighting presentation by the experts from the Sea Turtle Conservancy. Ly/2qmstT7 Thanks to everyone who attended our sea turtle education program at the Adele Grage Center in Atlantic Beach. Have questions about the proposed sea turtle watch group in Atlantic Beach? Read the facts from BSTP, FL Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and Sea Turtle Conservancy. 2016 News Archive To promote the conservation of endangered and threatened marine turtles in Northeast Florida. Of the five species of turtles that nest in Florida, there are three species that nest locally: Loggerheads, Greens and Leatherbacks. We operate under the auspices of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Marine Turtle Program.
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This 200-Pound Loggerhead Turtle Was Rescued Just in Time

Blowing Rocks Preserve in Martin County, Florida is a dangerous place for turtles during nesting season, as the large rock formation makes it easy for them to get stuck. That’s what happened to a 200-pound female loggerhead turtle that went in to the rock formation and then ended up flipping over when she tried to get out, leaving her unable to move and in desperate need of water. According to ABC KSAT 12, volunteers spotted the turtle in the morning. While loggerhead turtles are excellent swimmers, walking on land can cause them to become disoriented, and they weigh 350 pounds on average, both of which make them susceptible to becoming trapped. The rock formation traps about five turtles every year, so volunteers look out for them. The first thing these volunteers did was put cold towels and water on the turtle so she wouldn’t overheat. The FWC sent help, and while the volunteers waited, one of them made sure the rocks didn’t hurt or kill the turtle. The GoodNewsNetwork reports that when backup arrived, everyone was able to dig the turtle out of the sand, lift her and put her on her stomach again. WFLA News Channel 8 says that shortly after she was out and on her stomach, the turtle went back into the water and swam away, showing no ill effects from her experience. The FWC posted about incident on its Facebook page to spread awareness, asking beachgoers to fill any holes in the sand so turtles don’t get trapped. Quick thinking by those volunteers helped that turtle get back to the water safely. For another turtle rescue, read about how the U.S. Coast Guard in Florida transported baby turtles safely from nest to sea.
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Sea Turtle Rescue Centre (Glyfada, Greece): Top Tips Before You …

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Turtle Rescue News for November 14 2017

Wikipedia

Freshwater turtles are generally smaller, but with the largest species, the Asian softshell turtle Pelochelys cantorii, a few individuals have been reported up to 200 cm. Such as snapping turtles and soft-shelled turtles, have eyes closer to the top of the head. These species of turtle can hide from predators in shallow water, where they lie entirely submerged except for their eyes and nostrils. Some turtles do not have horny scutes; for example, the leatherback sea turtle and the soft-shelled turtles have shells covered with leathery skin instead. The rigid shell means that turtles cannot breathe as other reptiles do, by changing the volume of their chest cavities via expansion and contraction of the ribs. Compared with freshwater turtles, sea turtles have very limited mobility on land, and apart from the dash from the nest to the sea as hatchlings, male sea turtles normally never leave the sea. Although many turtles spend large amounts of their lives underwater, all turtles and tortoises breathe air and must surface at regular intervals to refill their lungs. Protein is essential to turtle growth and juvenile turtles are purely carnivorous. All molecular studies have strongly upheld the placement of turtles within diapsids; some place turtles within Archosauria, or, more commonly, as a sister group to extant archosaurs, though an analysis conducted by Lyson et al. Turtles, particularly small terrestrial and freshwater turtles, are commonly kept as pets. Turtles remain a part of the traditional diet on the island of Grand Cayman, so much so that when wild stocks became depleted, a turtle farm was established specifically to raise sea turtles for their meat. Efforts have been made by Chinese entrepreneurs to satisfy increasing demand for turtle meat as gourmet food and traditional medicine with farmed turtles, instead of wild-caught ones; according to a study published in 2007, over a thousand turtle farms operated in China. Wild turtles continue to be caught and sent to market in large number, resulting in a situation described by conservationists as “The Asian turtle crisis”. The app will allow the user to identify turtles with a picture guide and the location of turtles using the phones GPS to record sightings and help find hidden turtle nesting grounds.
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Dare’s Reef » Eternal Reefs » Living legacies that memorialize the passing of a loved one

Dare was a female Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle, the most highly endangered of all the sea turtle species. Found in 1999 in Dare County, North Carolina, severely underweight for her young age of 1 years old, Dare suffered injuries from boat strikes and ulcers. Just prior to impending release, Dare was evacuated from Topsail Island during Hurricane Floyd and spent 4 days floating in her tank in contaminated flood waters. Dare was re-examined by vets and found to have physical and neurological problems, and there was some speculation that she may have suffered a lightning strike during the hurricane. In an effort to improve her attitude and depression, Dare was treated to a “Spa day” once a week by the rescue, in addition to continuing treatment of her various medical issues. Following major surgery for a large encapsulated mass, Dare slipped into a coma and passed away March 10, 2005. Inspired by Dare, Eternal Reefs announced its partnership with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue to create the first Sea Turtle Memorial Reef in the United States. Eternal Reefs will combine Dare’s cremated remains with environmentally safe concrete to form an artificial Reef Ball. Dare’s reef will be placed on the ocean floor in a permitted location off the coast of North Carolina. Headquartered in Topsail Beach, North Carolina, The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center is one of the few sea turtle treatment facilities in the United States that accommodates injured loggerhead, green, and Kemp’s ridley turtles from up and down the Eastern Seaboard. “Our volunteer staff has chosen to memorialize Dare as a symbol of all the tens of thousands of sea turtles and other marine animals who die each year, many of them as a result of human irresponsibility,” said Jean Beasley, Executive Director, Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue. “We hope that Dare’s reef ball and the reef that will carry her name will be a reminder of the value and beauty of our fellow species. We return Dare to her ocean home to be part of it forever.”
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Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons Archives

Karen Testa and the volunteers at Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons, which opened in Jamesport in May, see it all. “We had to euthanize 20 turtles in just over two months. And these are just the ones that people find. Could you imagine the ones that they don’t find? They die a slow, horrible death off in the woods. Or they drown at the bottom of the bay.” Housed in a two-story 1929 colonial that sits on a full acre, the rescue operation is currently home to about 70 turtles, 30 of which are recovering from surgeries on the building’s second floor, which is complete with an ICU, nursery and operating tables. If someone can’t bring a turtle to the rescue center, the volunteers will go to the turtle, no matter where it is on Long Island or the city. “We’ll go somewhere just to move a turtle; say a snapper turtle is on a golf course and people don’t know what to do,” said Ms. Testa, the owner of Suffolk-based K Testa Real Estate who, not surprisingly, doesn’t spend much time selling homes nowadays. The Turtle Rescue is the kind of place that’s depressing, in a way, especially seeing the more skittish turtles and wondering what they might have been through. Dr. Robert Pisciotta of North Fork Animal Hospital in Southold, a resident vet who works pro bono in his spare time to care for the turtles. These turtles aren’t indigenous to New York but instead, Ms. Testa said, get dumped by people “After junior’s been occupied for a month.” Ms. Testa said she’s too busy to lobby in Albany to outlaw the sale of turtles, because she’s at the center all day. In some of her downtime, she hands out informational cards to local landscapers, urging them to look out for turtles and, if they hit one with a mower, to call Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons. “Well, that’s one less turtle suffering,” said Ms. Testa. If you spot a turtle that appears to be in distress, call Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons at 631-603-4959, 516-729-7894 or 631-779-3737.
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Turtle Rescue News for November 13 2017

Maryland Pet ~ Reptile & Amphibian Rescue Organizations …

Maryland reptile & amphibian rescue organizations and shelters are categorized by region in the State of Maryland …
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Operation Turtle Rescue – National Wildlife Federation

Feature story on Sea Turtle Conservancy’s work to rescue sea turtles during the oil spill
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197 Hotels Near Sea Turtle Rescue Center in South Padre …

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Turtle Rescue News for November 12 2017

Sea Turtle Recovering After Being Stepped on and Beaten …

The animal is receiving care from a rescue … sea-turtle-stepped-on-for-selfies-injured-rehabilitation-lebanon-beach.html. Sea Turtle Recovering After Being Stepped …
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Turtle Rescue – Story | MyWabashValley | WTWO and WAWV

Hundreds of turtles have been saved in West Terre Haute over nearly the past decade. That’s turtles crossing from the wetlands area across US 40.
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WaterLife: Sea Turtles and the Quest to Nest

WaterLife: Sea Turtles and the Quest to Nest. Help protect Loggerhead sea turtles and their habitat, so they can survive. Play and find out how people and animals …
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Turtle Rescue News for November 11 2017

GLENN SEA TURTLE RESCUE – msn.com

Ewan McGregor Splits From Wife of 22 Years – As He’s Spotted Kissing Fargo Costar People; More Than 30 Women Have Accused Director James Toback Of Sexual Harassment
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DVIDS – Images – Turtle rescue

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Nathan Jones, crewman from Station St. Petersburg, rescues an injured Loggerhead sea turtle who was in the …
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Navarre Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Center

If you would like to make a donation in Gigi’s memory to support our continued mission of sea turtle conservation, please donate at MeetGigi.org.
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Turtle Rescue News for November 10 2017

Pet Connect.US – Los Angeles Reptile Rescues

Los Angeles directory listing for reptile rescues. … American Tortoise Rescue. California Turtle and Tortoise Club (Los Angeles – San Fernando Valley)
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Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Center …

Information on the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Center, located inTopsail Beach on Topsail Island, including phone number, map, description and …
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Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue aids animals impacted by …

It’s at the opposite end of the country. However, a North Dakota animal rescue organization wasn’t going let distance or floodwaters from helping them save the lives …
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