Nesting season is upon us

Please find it in your heart to help these environmental indicators, which population numbers are dwindling, as the most endangered organism in the world! With overpopulation, habitat destruction and chemical poisoning's on the rise, our magical friends that inhabited the earth since the dinosaurs 220 million years ago are all almost endangered. Out of 18 species in New York, 12 are critical and are protected by our state. We work 365 days a year to help rescue, rehab and release our native Wildlife. Turtles heal very slowly and some are with us for five years. Common are car crushes, chemical poisoning's, boat propeller injuries, dog attacks

Read more…


We love our friends and family and their friends for helping!

Share your thoughts

Fundraise for this Campaign

Campaign Details

Please donate and share to help us continue our special mission.

Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons

About the Organization

We are a 501(c)3 wildlife rescue, charity organization, since 2012 and have rescued and rehabbed over 1500 critically injuried native turtles. Nesting season we get inundated with injuries due to our females in search of a safe place to lay her eggs. We also get boat propeller injuries this time of year as the boating season just begins. Turtles hibernate six months out of the year, and spring is when they become active and hatchlings leave their nest.

111 Manor Lane Box 5
Jamesport , New York 11947
United States

EIN: 45-4340752



Sharing is Caring

Share on Facebook