Last month’s historic accomplishment of repatriating five Critically Endangered Golden Coin Turtles to their native Hong Kong has been covered by Scientific American, China Daily USA and Wildlife Extra.com
Last week, five Critically Endangered Golden Coin Turtles made their way from the Turtle Conservancy’s renowned captive-breeding facility in California to the species’ native Hong Kong.
The Turtle Conservancy’s Behler Chelonian Center is the premiere facility for breeding Critically Endangered turtles and tortoises in the United States. The Behler Chelonian Center had a banner year in 2012.
New hatchlings, a record clutch of 17 Burmese Star Tortoise eggs, Repticon 2012, and more!
Recent hatchlings, new intern, winter at the BCC, and more…
Recent hatchlings at the Behler Chelonian Center & Gerald Kuchling returns to determine the sex of young Chinese Three-striped Box Turtles.
Since January the Behler Chelonian Center had 37 births
New hatchlings at the Behler Chelonian Center.
Cuora trifasciata hatchling; a first for the Behler Chelonian Center!