The Turtle Conservation Fund (TCF) is a strategizing and funding partnership coalition of leading turtle conservation organizations and individuals focused on ensuring the long-term survival of tortoises and freshwater turtles
Malaysian giant turtles (Orlitia borneensis) in a holding pen in Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia, awaiting international export to the markets of Asia.
Photo 1999 by Chris R. Shepherd / TRAFFIC Southeast Asia
TURTLE CONSERVATION FUND
A Partnership Coalition of Leading Turtle Conservation Organizations and Individuals
Strategic Action Planning and Funding Support for Conservation of
Threatened Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles
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Conservation International • International Union for Conservation of Nature / Species Survival Commission / Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group • Turtle Survival Alliance • European Association of Zoos and Aquaria / Shellshock Campaign • Chelonian Research Foundation • Fort Worth Zoo • Wildlife Conservation Society • Behler Chelonian Center / Turtle Conservancy • Chelonian Research Institute • Humane Society International Australia
TCF Mission: бесплaтное порно sex секретaрши
To ensure that no species of tortoise or freshwater turtle becomes extinct and that sustainable populations of all species persist in the wild.
The mission of TCF will be achieved through facilitation and funding of coordinated global turtle conservation initiatives, including strategic partnership alliances and directed conservation action. This will include support for ex-situ captive breeding and management programs both in-range and out-of-range, in-situ protection and management of native populations, field-based conservation and applied research, field and trade surveys, threatened status and regulatory needs determinations, protected areas evaluations and development, and capacity building and other conservation endeavors as needed. The Last Legion trailer
(Banner Photo: Elongated tortoise, Indotestudo elongata, from Thailand; photo by Peter Paul van Dijk)