Turtle Helpers Turtle Rescue News for February 15 2017

Loggerhead Sea Turtle Hatchling Rescue!!!

Words cannot describe… I came across some baby sea turtle tracks one morning at the refuge and noticed many of the tracks went up into the dune instead of …

Sea Turtle, Inc. – South Padre Island – Rehabilitation, Education …

Sea turtle education, research, rescue and rehabilitation center in South Padre
Island, Texas.

Turtle Rescues USA

Welcome to Central Florida Wildlife Center, Inc. We are a non profit 501c3 charitable corporation located in sunny Florida. We are dedicated to caring for sick, orphaned and injured Native Florida wildlife. Our goal is the safe release of rehabilitated animals back into their natural environment. Central Florida Wildlife Center has a huge tortoise and turtle rehabilitation area dedicated to abused, neglected, an abandoned turtles and tortoises. Our focus is primarily on the threatened Florida Gopher tortoise and other native chelonians.

American Tortoise Rescue – Home

A rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption shelter for all species of tortoise and turtle.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center – Ocean and sea turtle conservation

Who: Loggerhead Marinelife Center of Juno Beach What: It’s a sea turtle love affair! Next Tuesday, Feb. 14, Loggerhead Marinelife Center will release two sea turtles from its facility off Juno Beach. Mayor Mort, a sub-adult loggerhead, was found last August near Hutchinson Island lethargic and.

Visit Us – The Turtle Hospital. Rescue, Rehab, Release.

Education Center and Gift Shop is open daily from 9am – 6 pm. Educational Programs run daily at 9am, 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, and 4pm. Guests are invited to take a guided educational tour of the hospital facilities and the sea turtle rehabilitation area. This educational experience lasts approximately 90 minutes and provides a presentation on sea turtles as well as a behind the scenes look at the hospital facilities and rehabilitation area. At the end of each program guests are invited to feed the permanent residents. Because we are a working hospital, you must be part of one of our guided educational programs in order to visit with our turtles.

Turtle Helpers Turtle Rescue News for February 15 2017

Green Sea Turtle rescue from Victoria Point foreshore

Been very busy with Green Sea Turtles over the past week, this turtle was the third we have seen in the past week. This turtle is much smaller than the other …

Turtle Rescue League

Saving turtles means defending their homes, preserving their ability to live free, and ensuring their path to the future. Turtles are crossing streets, laying their eggs and finding homes and mates. Turtle eggs in danger of being destroyed or in dangerous areas can still be viable turtles of tomorrow. Helping the very delicate, unborn turtle, is a task taken very seriously. The death of a mother turtle on the road does not have to end her story.

California Turtle & Tortoise Club

Each year, California Turtle and Tortoise Club Adoption Committees rescue and place hundreds of abandoned, lost, seized, injured or diseased turtles and tortoises that have been turned in by other humane organizations, members of the public, local and federal government officers and veterinarians. These statistics include how many and which species of turtle and tortoise were turned into CTTC, and how many were placed. By agreement with California Department of Fish and Wildlife, designated members of California Turtle & Tortoise Club serve as volunteer representatives for the Department for the relocation of desert tortoises within California. Members of California Turtle & Tortoise Club help to maintain the data base of captive desert tortoises, and process and issue the permits and registration materials for California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s “Permit to Possess Gopherus Tortoises” program. CTTC Adoption Chairpersons require would be desert tortoise adoptees to complete the CDFG Permit Application when they receive a tortoise so that all desert tortoises placed by CTTC are tagged.

Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center

Our Topsail, NC facility is dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of sick and
injured sea turtles and educational outreach.

Turtle Rescue of Long Island

Here in this yard… I will never know the barriers of living in a glass tank. I will never know hunger, or the fear of not knowing if I’ll eat. I will never be used to improve peoples’ images of themselves. I will never suffer for someone’s anger, impatience, or stupidity. I will never be cast out because I am too old, too ill, too unruly, or not cute enough.

Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons, Inc.

Please don’t turn your back on an injured turtle! They depend on us to make a difference. If you come across a distressed turtle on the East End of Long Island, please give us a call immediately at 631-779-3737! We are always on call day or night. Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization located on the North Fork of Long Island that is passionately dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick and injured turtles that are native to New York. We will take ANY injured or sick turtle from the East End of Long Island. Please visit our “Contact Us” tab if you see a turtle in distress, or call us at one of the numbers listed below.