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Thank You from the Turtle Survival Alliance.
(Produced by Jordan Gray and Dan Roselli)
Video footage courtesy of Brent Fannin, Cris Hagen, Jordan Gray, Miranda Mcleaf, Nathan Haislip, Richard Hills, Swann Htet, and Valeria Gladkaya.

The Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA) was formed in 2001 and has become recognized as the global force for turtle conservation, capable of taking swift and decisive action on behalf of critically endangered turtles and tortoises. The TSA has been particularly involved in recovery efforts where a managed breeding component is part of an overall survival strategy. The TSA employs a comprehensive strategy for evaluating the most critically endangered chelonians that identifies whether a species is prioritized for a captive program or through range country efforts, or a combination of both.
The TSA has centralized its base operations in South Carolina by opening the Turtle Survival Center (2013). The Turtle Survival Center, which now has AZA certification (2018), is home to a collection of more than 700 turtles and tortoises, representing 30 of the world’s critically endangered species. The TSA has also grown internationally, with significant field projects or programs in Madagascar, Myanmar and India, and additional projects in Belize, Colombia, and throughout Asia.
Today, the TSA is an action-oriented global partnership, focusing on species that are at high risk of extinction, and working in turtle diversity hotspots around the world. The TSA is the recognized force for turtle conservation globally. TSA’s conservation actions utilize a three-pronged approach:
1. Restoring populations in the wild where possible;
2. Securing species in captivity through assurance colonies; and
3. Building the capacity to restore, secure and conserve species within their range country.

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