The Turtle Island's Sea Turtle Restoration Project is having a coloring contest.
Turtle Island’s Gulf of Mexico Office and our Sea Turtle Restoration Project protect endangered sea turtles and biodiversity throughout the Gulf. Learn more and join us!
Shrimp nets are dragged along ocean bottoms and are the Number 1 killer of sea turtles, including Endangered Kemp’s ridleys. Join us in reducing the impact of the world’s most wasteful fishery.
Action & Events
Please sign our petition and call on Secretary John Kerry to impose trade sanctions on all nations that violate international laws protecting sea turtles!
The Pacific leatherback sea turtle is now California's official marine reptile, and forever a symbol of the state's natural history and conservation ethic. The state of California has designated Octob...
The California drift gillnet fishery for swordfish continues to capture and kill sharks, whales, dolphins and sea lions, and to toss back, dead and damaged more than half of its catch.
Concurso de Fotos bilingüe, sin costo, educa al público acerca de las Tortugas Marinas Laúd del Pacífico de California.
Turtle Island Restoration Network y California Coastal Conservancy están patrocinando el concurso bilingüe ‘Sé un Héroe de las Tortugas Marinas ...
Turtle Island Restoration Network is sponsoring graduate student Elena Nalesso in her efforts to better understand the sharks of the Cocos Islands. El...
In response to pressure from Turtle Island and conservation groups, the National Marine Fisheries Service announced an area closure for the swordfish ...
Sea Turtle Resources
Protect Whales, Dolphins and Sea Turtles, Support AB 2019
Investigates the problems and history of the wasteful, high bycatch California swordfish and shark fishery.