How Can I Help?

turtle tagThe best way to help Sea Turtles and other Imperiled Species survive is to participate with beach and park or roadside cleanups in your area, volunteer your time to educate others and contribute to organizations who administer management, educational and research programs. The following list provides you with information about some ways you can participate or show your support.

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Purchase a Sea Turtle Decal

Ask about volunteer opportunities in your area

MarineTurtleVolunteers@MyFWC.com

Who is helping sea turtles in your area?

 

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Neighbors Ensuring Sea Turtle Survival

 

Bay County External Website

Brevard County External Website

Broward County External Website

Charlotte County External Website

Collier County External Website

Duval County External Website

Escambia County External Website

Flagler County External Website

Franklin County External Website

Gulf County External Website

Indian River County External Website

Lee County External Website

Manatee County External Website

Martin County External Website

Miami - Dade External Website

Monroe County External Website

Nassau County External Website

Okaloosa County External Website

Palm Beach County External Website

Pinellas County External Website

Santa Rosa County External Website

  • Eglin Air Force Base

  • Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge

Sarasota County External Website

St. Johns County External Website

St. Lucie County External Website

Volusia County External Website

Walton County External Website

  • South Walton Turtle Watch Group (SWTWG)

  • Beach to Bay Connection South Walton Coastal Conservancy

  • Grayton Beach State Park



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The Florida Keys: The word "key" comes from the Spanish word cayo, meaning "little island."

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