Rapid environmental changes pose a significant threat to sea turtles across the globe and traditional conservation strategies may not be sufficient to save these threatened and endangered species. In addition to triaging sick and injured sea turtles in their Sea Turtle Care Center, the South Carolina Aquarium is working to proactively mitigate environmental risk factors impacting sea turtles in the wild. In collaboration with MDI Biological Laboratory, they are partnering with people to crowdsource meaningful, actionable environmental data to conserve sea turtles and other marine life by improving the health and safety of our shared physical environment. Join us to discover how you can help us protect sea turtles into the future. Kelly Thorvalson is the Conservation Programs Manger t the South Carolina Aquarium.
April 25 at 3 pm
Cost is $7 per person and reservations are required by continuing online or by calling 843-689-6767 ext. 223.