Happy World Turtle Day
The Geometric Tortoise is one of the world’s most endangered chelonians, with less than one thousand left in the world, it deserves our protection.
Just before the Holidays, Turtle Conservancy’s Managing Director and veterinarian, Dr. Paul Gibbons, returned to Bangkok, Thailand together with Durrell representatives to teach a seminar on managing the health and husbandry of large groups of confiscated turtles and tortoises.
Turtle Conservancy travels to Myanmar with a delegation from WCS and TSA to assist with the reintroduction of the Burmese Star Tortoise.
This newly created, $20,000 award is the biggest for turtle conservation in the world and aims to recognize individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the conservation of tortoises and freshwater turtles.
This month we are going green by switching to Green-Dex Biodegradable Disposable Nitrile Gloves
In late May, the Turtle Conservancy in collaboration with Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust mobilized after getting the clearance to send a delegation to assist the Thai authorities in stabilizing the remaining confiscated tortoises and providing species-appropriate husbandry.
Happy World Turtle Day 2013
We are thrilled to announce that Turtle Conservancy has been selected as a featured charity partner on CharitySub.org!
One day after the conclusion of the CITES Conference of the Parties, Royal Thai Customs officers arrested a 38-year-old Thai man while he was attempting to collect a bag containing tortoises at the airport’s luggage carousel.