Troubled Turtles of India: An Urgent Call to Address Wildlife Trafficking of Protected Species

July 12, 2021

Over the last seven years TSA India and Uttar Pradesh Forest Department teams have provided onsite triage and medical aid to more than 30,000 individuals of thirteen species of turtles seized in wildlife seizures…. Read this article by the TSA’s Dr. Shailendra Singh and the rest of this special issue of Traffic Post, focused on…

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Vision Document for Conserving Assam Temple Turtles Launched

June 21, 2021

A major temple in Assam has signed a memorandum of understanding with two green NGOs, the Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden and the Kamrup district administration for long-term conservation of the rare freshwater black softshell turtle (Nilssonia nigricans). A vision document 2030 was also launched after Turtle Survival Alliance India and Help Earth signed…

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Why Did the Turtle Cross the Road? And What YOU Can Do!

June 1, 2021

By Jordan Gray It’s that time! Here in the Northern Hemisphere, the days are getting longer, the temperature’s getting warmer, and turtles are on the move. Sadly, though, their travels can be full of peril. From lawnmowers to iron rails, and concrete curbs to roadways, a litany of obstacles—some deadly—lie in their way. Roads, in…

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World Turtle Day® – #23DaysOfTurtles

May 21, 2021

World Turtle Day®, established by American Tortoise Rescue in 2000, is now observed by the turtle conservation community around the globe each year on May 23rd. On this day, we celebrate the diversity, beauty, and preservation of the 359 living species of turtles, tortoises, sea turtles, and terrapins found on Earth. From the Arakan Forest…

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Saving the World's Most Endangered Turtles and Tortoises

Coordinating Global Response to Confiscation Events

The TSA has made a bold commitment:

Zero Turtle Extinctions in the 21st Century

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