OCt 16th Dog Walk for Turtles

KTTC Supporters 2010 has been a busy season - but unlike turtles we do not take a break to hibernate over winter! This year we have had 18 batches of turtle eggs hatch at our centre, with the last batch hatching as you are reading this. Many have already…Read More

Turtle Nesting Season is Here!

Dear KTTC Supporters Turtle nesting season is now in full swing and many of you are likely seeing turtles crossing the road. In addition to helping turtles cross the road, and bringing injured turtles into the centre, please also remember to keep track of…Read More

5km Run for Turtles - June 26th

Join us Saturday June 26th – 5pm in Peterborough’s Jackson Park for our 1st annual RUN FOR TURTLES. We will enjoy a 5km run (or walk) along Jackson Park’s trail. The kids can enjoy a short loop around the pond at 4:30 pm. Hopefully, if we are very lucky,…Read More

5km Run for Turtles Jen 26th!

Join us Saturday June 26th – 5pm in Peterborough’s Jackson Park for our 1st annual RUN FOR TURTLES. We will enjoy a 5km run (or walk) along Jackson Park’s trail. The kids can enjoy a short loop around the pond at 4:30 pm. Hopefully, if we are very lucky,…Read More

The Art of the Turtle KTTC Fundraiser on May 14th

A facebook event page has been created for the Art of the Turtle fundraising event on May 14th. Please invite your friends, family, and co-workers to show their support for the KTTC by purchasing an original work of turtle art by live or silent…Read More

Reminder: April 10 meeting

Dear KTTC Supporters We hope you all enjoyed the fine spring weather this past long weekend! This warm weather means that it's already time to keep an eye out for turtles on the roads. We've already heard of one turtle sighting out in the Kingston area last…Read More

KTTC general meeting April 10, tees & memberships available online!!!

2009 was a very exciting year for the Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre (KTTC). We admitted over 65 turtles with the help of other wildlife rehabilitators, and a dedicated crew of volunteer "turtle taxi-ers". Initial treatments were performed at partnering…Read More
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