Our Mission

At Sea Turtle Inc., our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release injured sea turtles, educate the public, and assist with conservation efforts for all marine turtle species.


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Why Different Places for Releases?

By Teresa Shumaker The short answer is: to give them the best chance to re-adapt themselves to the wild. On September 22, we released two juvenile green sea turtles in Laguna Madre during a dolphin watch tour with American Diving. Juvenile Atlantic...

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Releasing Sea Turtles Makes Us Happy!

By Teresa Shumaker If you have stopped by our facility in the last couple of weeks, you may have noticed that we have a lot of empty tanks. And although we know it can be a bit of a bummer for a visitor to only see a few turtles when they stop by, those...

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Rehabilitated Sea Turtle Release

Our latest release was on Friday, Oct. 17. Four sea turtles — three juvenile Atlantic greens and Al, a sub-adult loggerhead — were released from the beach at Isla Blanca Park, near the jetties. Loggerheads will migrate up and down the coast close to...

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We are sporting Pink for October!

We all know the phrase “It ain’t easy being green” but here is Allison showing off her support for breast cancer awareness by wearing pink! (Don’t worry, we didn’t dye her, this is just some color fun in photoshop.) We have some new long sleeve shirts...

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What is a Stranded Turtle?

When sea turtles are sick or injured they stop swimming and are washed ashore by waves and tides. This is when people find them. After a stranded turtle arrives at STI, triage begins. Its condition is evaluated and they are treated by our Vet Tech and...

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The Sea Turtle Inc. 2014 Annual Celebration

The Sea Turtle Inc. 2014 Annual Celebration will be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 6, 2014 at the Garden Hilton Inn Ballroom on 7010 Padre Boulevard,  South Padre Island. Already, we are anticipating another wonderful evening filled with great...

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