“Sea turtle lovers unite!”

If you haven’t signed up already, this is a friendly reminder that you are invited to join our February 3rd Conservation Conference Call to hear what the Sea Turtle Restoration Project is doing to help protect Australia’s sea turtles – and how you can help!

The interactive call is scheduled for 6 p.m. U.S. Pacific Standard Time on Thursday, February 3, 2011. A call-in number will be sent when you register. To register for the call, click here.

View a 6-minute slide show with gorgeous shots of the Kimberley and the natural wonders we are fighting to preserve, set to haunting didgeridoo music. Click here to view the show.

During the 45-minute call, I’ll report on my recent sea turtle research and campaign trip to the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Dr. Jill St. John of the Wilderness Society in Perth, Western Australia, will also be on the line from Down Under to describe the unique marine wonders of the Kimberley. Jill, a marine biologist, is leading the Australian conservation coalition working to oppose the gas hub.

Join me and Jill in a discussion about how you can help oppose the destructive gas hub project!!
Together, Jill and I will detail the actions needed to generate international support to protect the Kimberley from oil and gas drilling by BP, Chevron, Shell, Woodside Petroleum and BHP Billiton.

Please note that while this Conservation Conference Call free to Sea Turtle Restoration Project members, you may be charged long distance fees by your phone service provider to participate as our conference service is based in the Midwest.

We do hope you will join us on our first Conservation Call of 2011!

Sincerely yours,

Program Director

Image 1. courtesy of   http://bit.ly/ibr0EQ


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