Imagine the entire coastal ecosystem in the southeast changed: colder water temperatures causing animals to desperately fight for survival, often unsuccessfully. Our coasts are recovering from such a crisis now, and it is leaving our oceans in peril. An estimated 5,000 sea turtles stranded along the Atlantic coast in February 2010, 4,500 in Florida alone, as temperatures have dropped, in some places reaching a frigid 50 degrees.
Now, we ask you to support our 4R Program through a one-time donation or by becoming Oceans Society Member. With your contribution you are helping Georgia Aquarium positively impact the health and well-being of aquatic life from around the world.Georgia Aquarium’s 4R Program encompasses rescue, research, rehabilitation and responsibility. The 4Rs can be seen throughout the Aquarium: from our sea turtle rehabilitation programs, to our living coral reef; from our whale shark studies, to our state-of-the-art Correll Center for Aquatic Animal Health. To make a one-time gift, please click here.
Georgia Aquarium’s Oceans Society is an elite group of Members that support our 4R Program. Benefits include animal encounters, invitations to special events, Annual Imagination Passes and more! To become a Member today, please click here or contact Stephanie Brown at email@example.com.
Loggerhead sea turtles are listed as ‘threatened’ under the Endangered Species Act. The largest concentration of loggerhead sea turtles resides in the Atlantic Ocean – with some populations nesting their young off Georgia’s coast. With your renewal, we invite you to join us for our 2010 Animal Encounters in Georgia Explorer’s sea turtle habitat. Come learn from our husbandry team about how we care for, rehabilitate and release these wonderful animals.
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Thank you for your continued support. Together, we can help save this majestic species.
To support research and whale shark conservation efforts – adopt your very own whale shark today by clicking here!If you have any questions or need additional information, contact Stephanie Brown at 404-581-4136 or firstname.lastname@example.org.