A live turtle educational event
Co-hosted by theTurtleRoom and the Wilton Land Conservation Trust
Turtles and Tortoises are one of the two most endangered groups of vertebrates on the planet.
Come, learn about the secret lives of these rare and endangered species, and learn how you can become a turtle hero.
The Wilton Land Conservation Trust and theTurtleRoom have come together to offer an educational opportunity for kids, adults, and families to experience and learn more about turtles and tortoises. At this 90 minute event, participants will have the chance to see rare Turtles and Tortoises, learn more about their conservation and survival. As partners, we're elevating minds within beautiful landscapes.
TheTurtleRoom works to learn more about turtles and tortoises, both in the wild and in captivity through research and observation; teaches others about the importance of turtles and tortoises and about their unique characteristics; and implements conservation action in the wild and through captive assurance colonies.
Kevin Minto lives in the Northeast with his wife, two daughters, and their bale of turtles and tortoises. He is the Video Production Coordinator for theTurtleRoom. Kevin has a passion for teaching people about turtles and tortoises and looks forward to spreading information about how you can help save these amazing animals and be a Turtle Hero.
Join the WLCT and Kevin Minto on a crisp and clear fall morning to learn all about the hidden lives of Turtles and Tortoises.
Sunday, October 03, 2021 — 10:00 am
The 183 Ridgefield Road Preserve
183 Ridgefield Road
TheTurtleRoom works to learn more about turtles and tortoises