October through March each year we relocate endangered nests to our protective greenhouse, where
temperatures are optimized creating healthier hatchlings and balanced gender ratios.
We are currently analyzing DNA from our Leatherback Hatchlings
from February 2019. This research in collaboration with the UABCS Department of Environmental Ecology is the first of it's
kind. Results will give us origin and health data for this critically endangered species. You can help us collect more nests
and samples with a donation below:
Sponsor our Project.
Become a official project sponsor with
a donation of $250 or more. Your support will significantly help endangered species habitat protection, population recovery
projects, and youth education programs. Your clients and potential clients will know you support environmental conservation
in Todos Santos with this seal.
Thank you for considering a Sponsorship!
¡Gracias por su apoyo!
Black Sea Turtle Hatchlings
Adopt a Nest
Nest Species Available
-Leatherback -Black Turtle -Olive Ridley
What you get with an Adoption:
-Adoption Certificate -Photo
of your hatchlings -Data from Nest
Participate in our Adopt a Hatchling program and help replenish
sea turtle populations. You'll recieve a Sea Turtle Birth Certificate, photo of your hatchling, and project data
information. Proceeds go directly to population recovery projects.
Purchase Tomas and the Turtles
Help support our conservation efforts through
the purchase of Tomas and the Turtles, an Environmentally friendly ebook.
Spread the Word
Olive Ridleys begin nesting in July, Blacks in August, and Leatherbacks nest October - April. Please help these endangered
species by following the following guidelines:
outdoor lighting in coastal homes
Reuse & Recycle your
Don't build bonfires on the beach
Participate in Beach Clean-ups
Never shine light on nesting turtles
local economy to eliminate the need for poaching (shop Pinos not Costco)
Never drive on the beach
Volunteer for conservation
Make sure your construction debris is disposed of
properly, not thrown in the arroyo.
Never eat or buy turtle
meat or eggs
Promote sustainable fishing by consuming line-caught
fish (nets kill turtles)
Our philosophy is that Environmental Advocates love the ocean and environment because of our positive experiences that have
bonded us to them. Help us give positive environmental experiences to young people by sponsoring one of our Education Programs!