2018 ANNUAL REPORT: Sea Turtle Preservation Society Shares its Annual Report

STPS offers training and educational courses in sea turtle biology, handling and rescue

The Sea Turtle Preservation Society recently released its annual report for 2018, celebrating 32 years of helping sea turtles survive. (Sea Turtle Preservation Society image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Sea Turtle Preservation Society recently released its annual report for 2018, celebrating 32 years of helping sea turtles survive.

CLICK HERE FOR TO VIEW THE ANNUAL REPORT

The Sea Turtle Preservation Society expressed thanks to its subscribers and volunteers, who have contributed over 22,000 volunteer hours, conducted 40 public turtle watch events and rescued over 170 post-hatchling turtles in 2018 alone.

“Because of you, our mission to protect sea turtles and educate the public can continue for years to come,” The Sea Turtle Preservation Society official said.

To those interested in the Sea Turtle Preservation Society mission, getting involved is easy, and there are many ways to help the cause.

The Sea Turtle Preservation Society is always looking for volunteers as every facet of the organization is based on volunteering, from active sea turtle rescue and teaching classes to manning booths, helping us market ourselves, and helping to manage the Turtle Krawl.

STPS offers training and educational courses in sea turtle biology, handling, and rescue.

CLICK HERE FOR TO VIEW THE ANNUAL REPORT

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