Found around the world in rivers, deserts, jungles, and our own backyards, it’s easy to assume tortoises and freshwater turtles will always be here. But the very traits that once helped them survive render them vulnerable to extinction today.
Protecting the world's most endangered tortoises and freshwater turtles
To save turtles, we all play a role. Every day, tortoises and freshwater turtles around the globe face pressing threats. Your support equips us to support species where and how they need us most.
Turtles are ancient and remarkable creatures who deserve a champion. When you stand with us, you help ensure their continued survival. Together, we can create a world with zero turtle extinctions.
Community Day at The Dill Sanctuary
The Charleston Museum has graciously invited Turtle Survival Alliance to attend this year’s Community Day at The Dill Sanctuary!
Come out and experience the largest area of privately protected land on James Island and tour the landscape and history of a 580-acre wildlife preserve.
AND, you can see Turtle Survival Alliance, live tortoises, and learn about what we do for turtles in this community and around the world!
This event is FREE and open to the public and takes place at The Dill Sanctuary from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm on October 7, 2023.
For more information, detailed schedule, and tips for your visit, go to The Charleston Museum’s event page.
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