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Turtle photos by famous underwater photographer Kurt Amsler

If you are on Facebook, you can see some wonderful turtle photos from the famous Swiss underwater photographer Kurt Amsler, who is also a friend and supporter of Turtle Foundation. His photographs, not only of turtles but of all the amazing marine life he has encountered, are fantastic! Kurt Amsler's turtle photo album

By | Mai 10th, 2015|Allgemein|

March 2015 report from Hana in Indonesia

March 2015 report from Hana in Indonesia for downlad as PDF (ca. 900 kB) Hana Svobodová, MSc., is biologist and is working in Indonesia as volunteer coordinator for the Turtle Foundation's conservation project in East Borneo. She is regularly reporting about news and events regarding our project.  

By | April 29th, 2015|Allgemein, Indonesien|

February 2015 report from Hana in Indonesia

February 2015 report from Hana in Indonesia for downlad as PDF (ca. 450 kB) Hana Svobodová, MSc., is biologist and is working in Indonesia as volunteer coordinator for the Turtle Foundation's conservation project in East Borneo. She is regularly reporting about news and events regarding our project.

By | März 6th, 2015|Allgemein, Indonesien|

Turtle Foundation seeking Project Coordinator for Cape Verde project

TURTLE FOUNDATION is an international non-governmental, non-profit organization working for the protection and conservation of sea turtles. Since 2008, TURTLE FOUNDATION is implementing a program for the protection of loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) on the island Boavista, Cape Verde. TURTLE FOUNDATION is currently seeking a Portuguese speaking Project coordinator. JOB DESCRIPTION: Title of the [...]

By | Februar 24th, 2015|Allgemein, Jobs, Kapverden|

January 2015 report from Hana in Indonesia

January 2015 report from Hana in Indonesia for downlad as PDF (ca. 620 kB) Hana Svobodová, MSc., is biologist and is working in Indonesia as volunteer coordinator for the Turtle Foundation's conservation project in East Borneo. She is regularly reporting about news and events regarding our project.

By | Februar 9th, 2015|Allgemein, Indonesien|

December 2014 report from Hana in Indonesia

April 2015 report from Hana in Indonesia for download as PDF (ca. 900 kB) Hana Svobodová, MSc., is biologist and is working in Indonesia as volunteer coordinator for the Turtle Foundation's conservation project in East Borneo. She is regularly reporting about news and events regarding our project.

By | Februar 8th, 2015|Allgemein|

Welcome to Zeddy Seymour, Assistant Project Manager for Cape Verde

Hi Everyone, Meet Zeddy Seymour, our new Assistant Project Manager for our Cape Verde project! In May of this year I will be starting as assistant project manager in the Cape Verde. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself to those of you I haven’t met in person. I have been interested in [...]

By | Februar 5th, 2015|Allgemein, Kapverden|

Volunteer opportunities with Turtle Foundation in Cape Verde

Do you want to work with endangered loggerhead turtles in Africa, gain hands-on experience in the field or simply help make a difference during your holidays? Turtle Foundation - Cabo Verde, are now recruiting for the upcoming nesting season (June-Nov 2015). We have a range of positions available. Please visit our website for more information [...]

By | Februar 1st, 2015|Allgemein|

Loggerhead’s ‚Lost Years‘ During Migration Discovered

Loggerhead sea turtles have long been famous for their epic migrations, traveling for thousands of miles across the open ocean. However, there has been a gap in the record of their travels, that is, until now since NOAA researchers discovered evidence of what are known as "the lost years," a new study says. North Pacific [...]

By | Januar 17th, 2015|Allgemein|

First report of olive ridley sea turtle nesting on Boa Vista!

In the morning hours of Sunday, 11 August 2014, our beach patrolling team on the north-west coast of Boavista, Cape Verde, made a sensational discovery: An olive ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) crawled ashore and started to dig her nest as if this would be the most normal thing in the world. However, this species [...]

By | August 22nd, 2014|Allgemein, Kapverden|