Saint Louis/Midwest Turtle and Tortoise Society

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Rating: 5.0

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(5.0 out of 5, based on 3 reviews)

7445 Wayne AveUniversity City, MO 63130
314 374-1389
Hours: Call after 7 pm if not an emergency

692 miles away
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The Saint Louis/Midwest Turtle and Tortoise Society (STLTTS) is a federally registered, nonprofit Missouri Corporation, which began in April, 1996. It consists of individuals sharing a common interest in chelonians (turtles and tortoises) and is dedicated to the preservation of existing wild populations, along with the promotion of better understanding and knowledge of care for those animals already in captivity.

Its purpose is to acquaint the general public with the proper care of these animals through distribution of or connection to detailed information written by authorities in the field, educational classes, and seminars to help improve the lives and habitats of these animals

The greatest emphasis of the Society is placed on the continuation and preservation of declining wild populations and our activities will be directed towards organized conservation through educational programs, informational booths and literature. The Society will also have volunteer committees to help publicize and promote the organization.

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Rating: 5

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posted 5 years ago

The Saint Louis/Midwest Turtle and Tortoise Society (STLTTS) is a federally registered, nonprofit Missouri Corporation, which began in April, 1996. It consists of individuals sharing a common interest in chelonians (turtles and tortoises) and is dedicated to the preservation of existing wild populations, along with the promotion of better understanding and knowledge of care for those animals already in captivity.

Its purpose is to acquaint the general public with the proper care of these animals through distribution of or connection to detailed information written by authorities in the field, educational classes, and seminars to help improve the lives and habitats of these animals

The greatest emphasis of the Society is placed on the continuation and preservation of declining wild populations and our activities will be directed towards organized conservation through educational programs, informational booths and literature. The Society will also have volunteer committees to help publicize and promote the organization.

Pros: Rescue, Rehabilitation, Release & Re-Education (for humans)

Cons: Does not take red-eared slider pets

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