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Your Donations Help Sea Turtles

     Sea Turtle, Inc. is a non-profit 501(C)(3), your contributions are tax deductible. 

 WISH LIST ITEMS

 You can mail your donated items to Sea Turtle, Inc. 6617 Padre Boulevard  South Padre Island, Texas  78597

Rehabilitation

  • Walmart gift cards
  • Visa gift cards
  • H-E-B gift cards
  • Pool Thermometers
  • Syringes ( 1cc, 3cc, 6cc, 12cc, 35cc, and 60cc)
  • Needles (18 gauge x 1 inch, 20 gauge x 2 inch, 22 gauge x 1 inch, 22 gauge x 1.5 inch)
  • Gloves (preferably size medium or large, nitrile)
  • Fluids (can ONLY use Normosol , Plasmalyte or Lactated Ringer’s)
  • Chest Freezer (sea turtle food storage)
  • 7th Generation dish soap

Education

  • Walmart gift cards
  • Visa gift cards
  • Twelve south Hoverbar Duo for Ipad
  • Kensington SD7000 Dual 4K Surface Pro docking station
  • Children’s scissors 
  • Small food scales
  • HP Ink 63 (black and color)
  • Laminating sheets
  • Collapsible beach wagon

Conservation

  • Walmart gift cards
  • Visa gift cards
  • Red spray paint
  • Onset Hobo 64k pendant temperature data logger (UA- 001-64)
  • 46″ Fiberglass handle round tip digging shovel
  • Large (80cm) calipers

 Thank you for your continued support, every little bit counts!

Gratitude for 2021

None of us walk alone. We wish we had room to name each and every supporter. 

We realize that every donation is significant.

 

Padre Island Brewing Company here on South Padre Island brewed a special “Kemp’s Ridley Bock” and twenty-five cents of every pint sold was donated to Sea Turtle, Inc.! We’d like to especially thank Mark Hagenmiller, the brewmaster, for his love and support of sea turtles!

Independent Pool & Spa Association (IPPSA) donate their time and money to update our filtration systems. Members of the association travel from as far as Washington State to volunteer two weeks out of each year. Additionally, they put a lot of hours into soliciting donations for the equipment needed!

The Dallas Zoological Society supports us with donations and with work efforts. Last year they painted at our facility and held a beach clean up on our nesting beaches.

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