Sea Turtle Conservation Programme

Sea Turtle Conservation Programme

We have news from our turtle ‘Head Start’ programme, and read about our expansion plans at Kuda Huraa.
We also say goodbye to Jesse, our latest Olive Ridley rescue turtle, pulled free from a drifting ‘ghost net’ and treated at our Landaa Giraavaru centre for a punctured carapace.

Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation

Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation

Get up to date with our ‘head start’ turtles, as we consult with veterinary experts about a mystery contagious illness.
And hear Pete’s story – our latest turtle rescued from a ‘ghost net’, who became badly injured and needed plastering for a shattered carapace.

Landaa Giraavaru Turtle Rescue Roundup

Landaa Giraavaru Turtle Rescue Roundup

Catch up with our latest sea turtle conservation news – updates on all the current residents here at our rehabilitation centre. And this month we release 2 turtles back into the wild – each with a satellite tag so we can follow their oceanic travels. Watch our slideshow of these exciting events, and see how the tags are attached to the shells of our volunteers.

Turtle Conservation – Latest News & Photos

Turtle Conservation – Latest News & Photos

Get up-to-date with all our latest marine turtle conservation news and updates from June.
Read about our current residents & their latest rehabilitation treatments, and watch the slideshow from our latest turtle releases.

Turtle Rehabilitation and Buoyancy Problems

Turtle Rehabilitation and Buoyancy Problems

Catch up with our March updates from the Turtle Rehabilitation Centre.
We have Hawksbill hatchlings from Kihaadhoo, and we try a new technique to help with buoyancy issues seen in our patients.

Maldivian Sea Turtle Conservation Programme – December Roundup

Maldivian Sea Turtle Conservation Programme – December Roundup

Catch up with all the latest turtle updates from our 2 Marine Discovery Centres, as we welcome some new visitors and bid farewell to old friends.
There are also details from our satellite tracking programs – you won’t believe just how far our newly released turtles have travelled !