Sponsors 18th Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles — A Virtual Experience — **Visit sponsor websites by clicking their logos** At Zoo Med, animals are their passion, and for 41 years they have made it their mission to supply the very best in exotic pet foods, reptile products, and reptile habitats. As a company made up of reptile hobbyists, they strive to provide the supplies and knowledge needed to successfully care for reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects, and other exotic pets to keep them happy and healthy. Holohil Systems Ltd. was formed to provide the wildlife research community with state-of-the-art VHF transmitters. The extensive expertise of their personnel enables them to provide an integrated service to the biologist on all aspects of wildlife telemetry and tracking. Mazuri® is a world leader in quality exotic animal nutrition for virtually every living exotic animal. Their name means "good" in Swahili, and they live up to that promise of goodness by testing, formulating, and producing. They support ongoing research and conservation through grants and sponsorships with other animal experts. Since 1989, professionals, veterinarians, breeders and exotic pet owners have trusted Mazuri exotic animal diets. Tracks animal collection management software helps staff make the most of their time, and with integrated, appropriately accessible data, staff can communicate quickly across departments, use custom workflows to speed up their daily tasks, and make decisions based on a holistic view of the collection. ATS has been a part of wildlife radio telemetry for over 35 years. Their mission is to provide researchers and managers in ecology and biology with animal tracking and monitoring products of the highest quality and reliability. Advanced Telemetry Systems was founded in 1981 by a core group of engineers and biologists from the University of Minnesota, Cedar Creek Bioelectronics Laboratory. Wildlife Materials, Inc. was one of the first companies to manufacture radio telemetry equipment for fish and wildlife research and management, and was established in 1970. They are one of the largest manufacturers of electronic telemetry equipment. The mission of the Desert Tortoise Council is to assure the perpetual survival of viable populations of desert tortoises throughout their historical ranges. The Desert Tortoise Council was established in 1975 to promote conservation of the desert tortoise in the deserts of the southwestern United States and Mexico. The Council is a non-profit organization comprised of hundreds of professionals and laypersons who share a common concern for desert tortoises in the wild and a commitment to advancing the public’s understanding of the species. If you are interested in becoming a conference sponsor, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.