Long Beach sea turtle

Volunteers Needed to Help Monitor Sea Turtles in the San Gabriel River

Volunteer project to monitor green see turtles Volunteers will help monitor a population of green sea turtles. Photo by Claire Atkinson The Aquarium of the Pacific has organized a citizen science project to monitor a population of green sea turtles living in the San Gabriel River in Long Beach.

Rehabilitated Green Sea Turtle Released by the Aquarium of the Pacific Swims Over 500 Miles

The rehabilitated turtle was fitted with a GPS-enabled satellite tag before it was released. The rehabilitated turtle was fitted with a GPS-enabled satellite tag before it was released. This spring the Aquarium of the Pacific rehabilitated and released an endangered green sea turtle that is now equipped with a tracking device.

Aquarium Rehabilitates Endangered Green Sea Turtle

After several weeks of care at the Aquarium, this rescued sea turtle was released back into the ocean. The Aquarium provided care for a green sea turtle that was found last month inside Shoreline Marina in Long Beach, California.

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