World Conservation Day 2022: Return of the Burmese Star
In Myanmar, in the late 1990s, the Burmese Star Tortoise was on the brink of extinction. Avidly sought for the wildlife trade, and with relentless removal from the wild, within a decade this tortoise species had almost completely disappeared from its native habitat. By the mid-2000s, it was considered functionally extinct in the wild.Read more
Happy Giving Tuesday!
This Giving Tuesday you can help us meet the challenge from one of our generous donors to raise at least $15,000 to protect the world’s most threatened turtles.Read more
Notable New Hatch!
On Monday, October 16, 2022, the first Chinese Three-striped Box Turtle hatched at Turtle Survival Alliance’s Turtle Survival Center...Read more
Ginny Waller, Esq. Appointed Interim Executive Director of Turtle Survival Alliance
For Immediate Release: Ginny Waller, Esq. appointed Interim Executive Director of Turtle Survival AllianceRead more
Poached Turtles Released into the Wild in India
For Immediate Release CONTACT: JORDAN GRAY, Turtle Survival Alliance, (912) 659-0978, firstname.lastname@example.org ‚Ä¢ 147 Indian Roofed Turtles (Pangshura tecta) and 119 Pink-ringed Tent Turtles (Pangshura tentoria circumdata) seized from poachers...Read more