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.
Mile long invisible driftnets for swordfish and sharks also capture and drown endangered sea turtles and a myriad of other species. Help us call for an end to California's deadliest fishery.
Setting over 45 million baited hooks/year for swordfish and tuna, Hawaii longliners capture and drown four species of Threatened and Endangered sea turtles. Help us reform this destructive industrial fishery.
Join us on a scuba diving research expedition to Cocos Island National Park, Costa Rica to tag sea turtles and to understand their migrations. This data will be used to advocate for a protected swimway.