Sea Turtle Conservation in Sri Lanka (16+ years)

Gentle and beloved creatures, turtles have been part of our planet for approximately 150 million years. However, they are currently facing the risk of extinction. Each turtle species uniquely affects the ecosystems, diversity, and habitats where they reside, making their protection vital. Turtle conservation projects in Sri Lanka primarily focus on increasing the birth rates and survival of baby turtles. These projects also involve research and data collection to educate local communities about the importance of protecting these animals. As a participant, you will engage in various tasks such as beach cleaning and patrolling, feeding, caring for, and cleaning the turtles for a week or more. You will also contribute to support projects and raise awareness among local communities. By joining this project, you will play a crucial role in safeguarding the future of these incredible creatures. Your efforts will contribute to the preservation of their habitats and educate communities on the importance of conservation. Together, we can make a positive impact and ensure the continued existence of these remarkable beings.

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