4 Star 88x31Our oceans are home to array of amazing marine wildlife – from sperm whales to spinner dolphins, from black-footed albatross to dugongs. Turtle Island Restoration Network fights to protect marine mammals and sea birds from industrial fishing, habitat loss and other threats. Join us in our campaigns to protect marine wildlife.


Action & Events

#MonumentMonday: Pacific Remote Islands

May 19, 2017

In April 2017, President Trump issued an Executive Order that calls for a review of all national monuments created or expanded in the past

Defend our Marine Monuments

May 8, 2017

Sign our petition asking Secretary of the Interior Zinke to defend protections for 5 national marine monuments.

Attorneys Wanted: Representation Needed to Protect Ocean Wildlife

May 2, 2017

It is time to take the fight against wildlife trafficking from the coast to the courts. The National Whistleblower Center (NWC) recently launched its Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program, and it is n...


The Butterflies of the Sea are Disappearing

May 17, 2017

Pteropods, small floating sea snails, are dissolving, providing a great indicator of current Ocean Acidification.

Whistleblowers Important to Protect Endangered Species

May 9, 2017

Turtle Island Restoration Network is working with the Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program to encourage people across the world to report wildlife cr...

Turtle Island Celebrates Goldman Environmental Prize Winners

April 26, 2017

Turtle Island Restoration Network is honored to be a Goldman Environmental Prize nominator, and we celebrate the 2017 winners!

Sea Birds & Mammals Resources