Sea Turtle Inc. Construction Webcam
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SEA TURTLE INC EXPANSION CAM This live webcam is
mounted on the bayside showing the area under
construction for the new Sea Turtle Inc. area
South Padre Network is a proud sponsor of Sea Turtle Inc. we are happy we can bring you the construction webcam.
Sea Turtle Inc. Live Webcam and views of the Laguna Madre
Sea Turtles play an important role in our ocean ecosystems by helping maintain the health of our oceans and making them more resilient to future threats. Currently, our organization has an urgent need for new and improved facilities. In 2011, we released 776 rehabilitated sea turtles into the wild & hosted over 84,000 visitors into our facility. Our hospital facilities are inadequate for the growing number of injured and non-releasable turtles, and public viewing areas are terribly overcrowded. Our vision is to be perceived as a world leader in sea turtle recovery and education through our expanded facility at South Padre Island, and to further contribute to the conservation of Sea Turtle populations worldwide. Below you will find the exciting plans for our expansion. Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions for our Sea Turtles.
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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
Sea Turtle, Inc. was founded in 1977 by Ila Fox Loetscher, better known as "The Turtle Lady of South Padre Island." In 1999, Sea Turtle, Inc. moved from Ila's backyard into its current location at 6617 Padre Blvd.
Originally this organization was formed to aid in the protection and recovery of the endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle. Our mission has since expanded into three parts: Education, Rehabilitation, and Conservation