The Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA) organized in 2001 in response to the Asian Turtle Crisis. It has since become a recognized force in turtle and tortoise conservation globally.
With programs or projects in Belize, Colombia, Madagascar, Senegal and throughout Asia, we are expanding our global outreach and impact and remain committed to zero turtle extinctions. Learn more
Check out the TSA blog for the very latest in turtle conservation, including field reports and project updates from range country biologists.
For the third straight year, the survival prospects for one of the world's most endangered freshwater turtles, the Sundarbans River Terrapin (Batagur baska), have improved substantially....