Turtle Rescue News for December 27 2017

Sea Turtle Rescue Kit

Do you have a future sea turtle veterinarian on your hands? Our sea turtle rescue kit is the ideal gift. The plush rescue kit includes a sea turtle hatchling, stethoscope, and band-aid.
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Kind Fisherman Dives Into Ocean to Rescue Trapped Sea …

Luckily, when the people on this boat spotted a sea turtle trapped in a ghost fishing net, one of them dove right in to save the struggling animal.
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A Sea Turtle Is Rescued By A Diver, Then Says ‘Thank You’

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Turtle Rescue News for December 26 2017

Caswell Beach Turtle Watch Help us save the sea turtles for future generations

The Caswell Beach Turtle Watch is a private non-profit program staffed by volunteers. These volunteers are supervised by program members who hold permits from the NC Wildlife Resources Commission. The purpose of the Caswell Beach Turtle Watch is to protect the threatened and endangered sea turtles that lay their eggs on Caswell Beach. Loggerhead turtles are the most common sea turtle species to visit our beach and they nest from mid-May until mid-August. Your $25 adoption helps support the Caswell Beach nest monitoring activities. You will then be contacted by a member of our team to complete the process.
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Turtle Research Home

On September 22, NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center released the 1,000th sea turtle rescued and rehabilitated in the Hawaiian Islands. For more than thirty years, NOAA Fisheries’ stranding program in Hawaii has been responding to dead or injured sea turtles. This program has collected important information about population threats and impacts while treating injured sea turtles to help support recovery efforts.
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Marine turtle rescue centre

Besides treating and care, Centre’s activities also involve educating the public. Mayor part of that is a yearly manifestation called” Turtle release” , occurring on World sea turtle day, when we release recovered turtles back to the sea. This manifestation has grown into a traditional and media covered event, attended every year by growing numbers of tourists and other interested people.
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Turtle Rescue News for December 25 2017

Conservation group rescue injured turtle off Liberian coast

A marine conservation group marked World Turtle Day by rescuing an injured loggerhead turtle they found off the coast of Liberia while on an expedition to crack down on illegal fishing. The crew on Sea Shepherd Global vessel spotted the injured turtle floating on the ocean surface off the coast of Monrovia, Liberia on May 23 and sent dive teams out to bring it to safety. The turtle, named Stella by the crew, had dislocated its front right flipper and was suffering from trapped air underneath its shell, Sea Shepherd Global said. “These are common injuries for sea turtles, either sustained by ship-strikes or when roughly discarded from a fishing vessel,” Sea Shepherd said. The turtle was taken to a wildlife sanctuary in Monrovia, where it is recuperating. Adult male loggerhead turtles are the largest of all hard- shelled turtles, according to National Geographic, and grow to about three feet in shell length and weigh approximately 250 pounds.
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Dive Rescue International

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Turtle rescue in Israel

The volunteers and staff of the Israeli Nature and Parks Authority are doing their best to protect Green turtles. The staff transplants turtle nests during the nesting season, protects beaches, rescues and treats wounded turtles brought in by fishermen or washed up on Israel’s shores. They have developed a long-range breeding program for the threatened Green turtles, the numbers of which have dwindled in the Mediterranean to an estimated 450 nesting female Green turtles and about 2500 nesting female Loggerheads. Far removed from man-made obstacles and protected from their natural predators such as crabs, foxes and birds, the hatchlings make their race to the sea with the hope that more than 20 years later they will return to the same beach to ensure the species survival.
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Turtle Rescue News for December 24 2017

Signs Of Feline Leukemia An infection with FeLV can cause the immune system to weaken and will cause anemia and, in some extreme cases, lymphoma or cancer of the blood cells. This is why it is really important to monitor your cats, in order to avoid the progression of the disease. What Is a Puppy Mill? A puppy mill is a place where dogs are bread unethically. This kind of practice is not humane because it treats dogs and puppies, which are living beings, as bad as or even worse than objects on an assembly line. The dogs are kept in unsanitary conditions and small cages with little room for movement. Dog Care for New Pet Owners There are a few handy tips that people who own a dog for the first time should know about. First off, if you can, try and get the dog while it is still a pup. That way, not only will it bond with you faster, but you can also house train it much easier. The Bluetick Coonhound The Bluetick Coonhound is an excellent pack dog, socializing very well with other breeds if you have multiple dogs in your home. As long as the owner displays consistent and thorough discipline, the Bluetick will not cause any trouble. It is a born and bred hunting dog and will track and chase any small animal.
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Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium

Mote’s Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital has admitted more than 560 sick and injured sea turtles since 1995. We have treated all five species found in the Gulf of Mexico, including turtles that were sickened during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010. Mote has one of only three hospitals in Florida with special facilities and training to care for turtles suffering from fibropapilloma tumors. Because scientists are still learning how this disease is transmitted among turtles, we must provide a separate facility just for animals with these tumors. We aim to help all our turtle patients return to the wild and contribute to their populations for years to come. This matters greatly: All sea turtle species are threatened or endangered. We are also extremely grateful to the Sea Turtle Grants Program of the Sea Turtle Conservancy. They have awarded more than two dozen grants to Mote over the years, including for our Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital and for our conservation and research efforts with sea turtles in the wild. The Sea Turtle Grants Program is funded by proceeds from the sale of the Florida Sea Turtle License Plate.
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Turtle Rescue News for December 23 2017

Loggerhead Turtle Rescue Efforts in Greece

My Auntie Lesley went to Turtle Island and learned lots about my loggerhead relatives. She loves turtles and tortoises, so she wrote this page to tell you how you can help to keep loggerhead turtles safe. Even if you don’t live by Turtle Island, if you live near the ocean, you can be a turtle helper. Loggerhead turtles eat molluscs, crustaceans, fish, jellyfish and other small to medium-size marine animals, which they crush with their large and powerful jaws. Their huge jaws mean that the loggerhead turtles have only three predators. Great white sharks and killer whales kill some but there’s one other predator that is the most destructive and dangerous in the world and is endangering the existence of many other animals besides the turtles. One of the turtle’s favourite foods is jellyfish. Plastic bottles look tasty too, so the turtles just swallow them down. Many hundreds of turtles have died a long and painful death from swallowing carrier bags and bottles that have been carelessly left on beaches and then blown into the sea. Shelly says: National Geographic made a video about loggerhead turtles. The turtles get caught in fishing nets and drown or they swallow fishing hooks and die from infections and starvation. The turtles like to swim just below the surface of the sea, about a metre down.
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Sea Turtle Hatchlings: Baby Sea Turtles for Adoption

Sea turtles no longer nest on Hainan Island’s beaches as they once did. Despite the lack of native ‘supply’, local poachers travel to neighboring islands to collect sea turtle eggs and hatchlings to raise and sell for sea turtle meat. One of the initiatives Sea Turtles 911 takes in order to give young sea turtles rescued from this fate a better chance at survival in the open ocean is our Headstarting Project. Our hatchlings are categorized into 3 different life stages: Post Hatchlings, Hatchlings, and Newborn Hatchlings. By adopting a newborn hatchling, you will also have the honor of naming your own baby sea turtle! If a sea turtle could burrow in water – Gopher would be the champion. Often the only way to see him is his shadow at the bottom of the enclosure, and his twice-daily sun exposure occurs only at mealtime. Ah Ham, the most sociable turtle out of the post-hatchlings. Our most athletic hatchling of the bunch, Dancer is a ham for the camera. Sunshine is our early bird turtle, always the first to greet us in the morning with a swim to the side of the enclosure. Our bottomless pit hatchling, Nom ensures no ‘doggy bags’ will be needed in the enclosure he is in. Black Shell is the most gregarious of our hatchlings and makes a point to be in the mix of whatever is going on.
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Turtle Rescue News for December 22 2017

Removing barnacles from sea turtles!!! VERY SATISFYING!!!

PART 2!!! I have been watching turtle rescue videos and barnacles keep coming up as a problem for marine life!!! I fell down the rabbit hole of watching people remove parasites from turtle…

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Animal Rescue for North West & Pet Supples

Welcome to The Liverpool Reptile Rescue C.I.C. Liverpool Reptile Rescue evolved in 2013 after it became apparent there was a need for a safe home for unwanted and stray reptiles in the North West of England. Many reptiles have been rescued, rehabilitated, and rehomed throughout the country. There are an increasing number of reptiles being kept as pets, often without the correct information being given about their care; resulting in many reptiles suffering through lack of knowledge or neglect. We offer an advice service by email, our online forums and phone, helping with the welfare and care of all reptiles. We are one of the few reptile rescuers dedicated to reptiles and with funding permitting, we plan to expand our facility for reptiles in order to accommodate more. We also take in reptiles that the owners can no longer care for. Any reptiles accepted including those which require a DWA license. Donations of unwanted reptile equipment and vivariums are gratefully accepted. We take in all forms of reptiles, inverts and amphibians. There is no reptile we will turn away as long as we have the space to house them. We will never euthanize any animal unless there is a illness that is causing the animal a slow death or extream pain. We have now partnered with a reptile insurance company in the hope the keep adoptions costs low.
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Pacific Northwest Herpetology Society

The Pacfic Northwest Herpetological Society is Seattle’s premiere club for reptile owners and enthusiasts! We serve the greater Seattle Puget Sound area as well as the larger Pacific Northwest. Our members come from a wide area including Seattle, Yakima, and Portland and include a wide range of experience from veterinarians to hobbyists. PNWHS is open to anyone, reptile owner or not, and is dedicated to the education of its members and the public, as well as the conservation, ecology, and captive care and breeding of reptiles and amphibians. The Society also takes an active role in legislative and environmental issues affecting these animals and their habitats. PNWHS hosts a variety of events during the year, provides educational outreaches, and hosts an informative monthly meeting often with a guest speaker addressing issues and concerns relevant to today’s reptile owner. PNWHS is also a dedicated reptile rescue and adoption group with a tremendous success rate for recuperating sick animals and finding great homes for them. Partnerships with other rescue groups in the area include King County Animal Rescue, Seattle Animal Control, Seattle Turtle and Tortoise Club, and many other small rescue groups. PNWHS meets once a month and our meetings are open to everyone. Feel free to join us and find out more about our organization.
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Turtle Rescue News for December 21 2017

A Haven for Turtles, in a Scarborough Apartment

It’s hard not to be overwhelmed when entering Marc Ouellette’s Scarborough apartment for the first time. In addition to being home to Ouellette and his collection of pets-which includes a cat, a dog, a dozen turtles, a tortoise, a snake, and a handful of lizards-it’s also the nerve centre for Little RES Q, Ouellette’s turtle-rescue organization. The second bedroom is filled with tanks and tubs, each stocked with red-eared sliders, the most common type of turtle sold in pet stores, divided by sex and size. There are roughly 100 rescue turtles in the apartment. “People buy this little toonie-sized turtle at the pet store for $20, and it’s like, ‘OK, I can put that in a little tank,’ but within three years, the females get up to two or three pounds, the boys weigh about a pound” he says. “Then you need a bigger tank and filtration system and that costs so many hundreds of dollarsIt gets too expensive, and then they don’t realize turtles can live up to 50 years.” This makes them a pet turtle of choice, but it has also earned them a place on the World Conservation Union’s list of the world’s 100 most invasive species. “Then, they’ll just muscle out our native turtles like the painted turtleThey turn feral and aggressive very quickly.” “There have been people who want to take a turtle home and say, ‘Well, I’ll put it in a bucket and take care of it later,'” he says. “Well, no. You need to have a set up before you take it in. We don’t want to see that turtle coming back.” Ouellette and his Little RES Q colleagues are trying to make sure that fewer turtles end up homeless by working on outreach and education. “It’s just a matter of education. People need to know what these turtles are like at their adult size. They need to know what a turtle needs and how big they get.”
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Sea turtle rescued on Tybee Island

An emaciated loggerhead sea turtle that washed up on the south end of Tybee Island on Thursday is recuperating at the Georgia Sea Turtle Center. About 9:15 a.m., three lifeguards swam out to the sandbar with a rescue board and ferried the 50-pound turtle back to shore just as they would an injured swimmer. The lifeguards took the loggerhead by ATV to the Tybee Island Marine Science Center, said Capt. Hunter Robinson of Tybee Ocean Rescue. There staffers kept it quiet and cool until Georgia sea turtle coordinator Mark Dodd could arrive to take the stranded animal to the Georgia Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island. Dodd, a senior biologist with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, said the turtle’s concave bottom shell and atrophied muscles were signs of poor nutrition. Strandings of live sea turtles are relatively rare, Dodd said. Strandings of live and dead sea turtles in Georgia are running at the same pace as last year, with 156 strandings reported as of Monday. One spike of six strandings earlier this summer prompted DNR officials to board shrimp trawlers and examine them for the use of turtle protection devices on nets, Dodd said. At the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, veterinarian Terry Norton found the stranded turtle to be “Pretty debilitated and anemic.” He administered antibiotics and fluids and cleaned off its muddy and barnacle-encrusted shell. The turtle had no obvious injuries but may have a blockage of its gut from shells or other food it had eaten, Norton said. By Thursday afternoon, Norton was cautiously optimistic, noting the teenage turtle – of undetermined sex – was “Fairly strong” and “Bright and alert.” Georgiaseaturtlecenter.org and on its Facebook page, Georgia Sea Turtle Center.
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Washington Turtle and Tortoise Rescue

Michael Nichols, an employee of Boundary Bay Brewery for the last three years was honored along with Boundary Bay Brewery at the Whatcom Humane Society Woof and Whiskers Awards held Sunday, May 2nd. The awards were designed to honor the unique individuals who have made outstanding efforts towards the care, safety, and happiness of animals and others in our community. Nichols, who handles Boundary Bay beer sales for Western Washington outside of Whatcom and Skagit counties, was already a volunteer for WHS and NOAH in his spare time. He noticed that animals frequently needed to be transported between shelters and that it often took a full day’s worth of time for shelter employees. He came up with the idea to use the Boundary Bay Brewery delivery vans to transport animals for these organizations since the vans were going that way anyway. Nichols pitched the idea to the Owner, General Manager and Operations Manager of Boundary Bay Brewery and had answers prepared for questions he imagined they might ask. “I thought they would worry about the impact on my work, and want to know about gas costs and liability, and all the stuff one might expect from a business” says Nichols. “They didn’t ask any questions or express any concern about how it might have a negative impact on my work. They all three just said ‘Yes, do it, help the animals.'”. All in all, Nichols estimates that he’s transported around 55 animals including cats, dogs, rabbits and turtles. Boundary Bay Brewery and Michael Nichols are happy to help these animals and shelters in need. There are many, many ways you can contribute toocontact any of the above shelters for more info.
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Turtle Rescue News for December 20 2017

Working together to protect sea turtles and their habitats worldwide…

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The Turtle Transporter

When Turtle Trax began, there were few sea turtle links on the Web, and the search engines were not as thorough as they are today. You can find a wealth of sea turtle images online at seaturtle.org’s Sea Turtle Image Library, sorted into categories that include species, threats, and galleries by contributor. Ocean Ambassadors have an interesting and comprehensive collection of pages that include facts about sea turtles, a description of their habitat in the Phillipine-Sabah Turtle Islands, threats to turtles, and of course, satellite tracking pages. Entitled “Tracking Sea Turtles: Lessons in Saving an Endangered Species”, the plan includes links to Turtle Trax and numerous other sea turtle web sites. Sea Turtle Inc. South Padre Island is a familiar name to anyone who has spent time looking into the history of sea turtle research. One of the reasons is the Turtle Lady of South Padre Island, Ila Loetscher, founder of Sea Turtle Inc. Learn more about this amazing lady and her legacy at the Sea Turtle Inc. web pages. Turtle Time Inc. Turtle Time Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the continued survival of loggerhead sea turtles. Pelican Bay Trading Company has sponsored a page that features a description of the Turtle Watch Program of Ocean Isle, some interesting sea turtle facts, and during the nesting season, a diary recording the progress of several loggerhead nests. While we don’t agree that the concept of turtle farming is the solution to sea turtle conservation, we do recommend the book. Nancy Linsley and George Balazs have collaborated to create Sea Turtle Postage Stamps of the World, a page that attempts to collect and catalog every known postage stamp that depicts a sea turtle. They contribute to the Sea Turtle Stranding Network, do Turtle Watches during the nesting season, and are dedicated to education on sea turtle biology and conservation. Trinidad’s Leatherback Turtles is a project combining community-based conservation and ecotourism as a replacement for poaching at Matura Beach, Trinidad. Sea Turtles of Baja describes a project investigating the sex, age, seasonal movements, feeding patterns,and diet of black sea turtle populations in Bahia de Los Angeles, Mexico.
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Upper Texas Coast Sea Turtle Patrol

The purpose of the Upper Texas Coast Sea Turtle Patrol is to monitor and protect nesting Kemp’s ridley sea turtles to assist in the recovery the Kemp’s ridley sea turtle population. The Upper Texas Coast Sea Turtle Patrol also responds to stranded sea turtles. Kemp’s ridley sea turtles, and all sea turtles, are iconic marine species in the Gulf of Mexico. Kemp’s ridley sea turtles remain the most endangered sea turtle in the world. Texas A&M University at Galveston and Turtle Island Restoration Network have implemented a sea turtle nesting and stranding monitoring program along the Upper Texas Coast that will promote sea turtle conservation and the preservation of marine habitats as a community-wide effort. We accomplish these goals through our frequent patrols of Upper Texas Coast beaches for nesting and stranded sea turtles, protecting nesting sea turtles, transportation of Kemp’s ridley sea turtle eggs to the NOAA Galveston Lab for subsequent transfer to the Padre Island National Seashore incubation facility, and the participation and mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students in this program. TAMUG’s role is to provide the biological response when nesting sea turtles are reported and the excavation of sea turtle nests. TAMUG biologists assist staff from Padre Island National Seashore in volunteer training regarding the biology of sea turtles and how to spot turtle nests and tracks. Sea Turtle Patrol Volunteers consist of both students and community volunteers. If sea turtle tracks are found on the beach, responders will examine the tracks to determine if a nest was deposited, locate the egg chamber, excavate the eggs and transport them to the NOAA Galveston Sea Turtle Laboratory, where personnel from Padre Island National Seashore retrieve them for transfer to their incubation facility. These conservation measures are important for recovering Kemp’s ridley sea turtles, which are the most endangered sea turtle in the world. Our work is one piece of a statewide effort to recover Kemp’s ridley sea turtles, and all sea turtles in Texas.
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Turtle Rescue News for December 19 2017

Turtle gifts when you donate to WWF

Select from our thank you gifts, including a sea turtle plush when you donate to help WWF’s global conservation efforts. WWF. FAQ; Contact Us; … Adopt a Sea Turtle.
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NMHS – Turtles of New Mexico

Scientific: Common: CHELYDRIDAE: Snapping Turtles: Chelydra serpentina: Eastern Snapping Turtle: EMYDIDAE: Box & Water Turtles: Chrysemys picta belli: Western Painted …
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Ocean rescue: swimmer saves trapped turtle – news.sky.com

Video: A man jumped off a fishing pier into the Atlantic Ocean off Venice, Florida to rescue a turtle that got entangled with a fishing hook.
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Turtle Rescue News for December 18 2017

Turtle Archives – Humane Animal Rescue – Shelter …

Humane Animal Rescue continues the legacies of the Animal Rescue League & Western PA Humane Society, bringing greater efficiency in animal care processes, staff …
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Maryland Rescues – Rescue Workers … – adoptablepets.net

Mid-Atlantic Poodle Rescue: Mid-Atlantic Turtle & Tortoise Society: Montgomery County Humane Society: Montgomery County SPCA: National Brittany Rescue and Adoption …
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Leopard Tortoise for sale from The Turtle Source

Leopard Tortoise: Geochelone pardalis babcocki. Category: General. … The Turtle Source is now pleased to provide these health certificates at no additional cost …
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