Sea Turtle Tracking: Active Sea Turtles

 

Active Turtles
Betsy
Betsy is an adult green turtle released with a satellite transmitter from Guanahacabibes Natural Park, Cuba on July 4, 2018. She measured 102.0 cm in curved carapace (shell) length, 91.0 cm in curved carapace width, and deposited 112 eggs into her nest. Betsy is taking part in the 2018 Tour de Turtles and is sponsored by Shark Reef Aquarium. View migration map.

Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 181 km / 112 miles
Betsy
Updated 19 hours ago.
Bortie
Bortie is an adult female loggerhead sea turtles released on June 19, 2018 with a satellite transmitter after nesting on Coquina Beach. She measured 87.1 cm in curved carapace (shell) length. Bortie is taking part in the 2018 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsors, Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch & Bortell's Lounge. View migration map.

Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 299 km / 186 miles
Bortie
Updated 19 hours ago.
Caroline
An adult female loggerhead sea turtle to be released with a satellite transmitter on July 30, 2017 from the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, Florida. She measured 89.0 cm curved carapace (shell) length and 84.2 cm curved carapace width. Caroline is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsor, Carolina Skiff. View migration map.

Last location update: 9 hours
Cumulative distance: 1,793 km / 1,114 miles
Caroline
Updated 9 hours ago.
Certina
Certina is an adult female leatherback sea turtle released with a satellite transmitter from Soropta Beach, Panama on May 28, 2018. She measured 156.7 cm in curved carapace (shell) length and 106.2 cm in curved carapace width. She was named by her sponsor, Certina, and is taking part in the 2018 Tour de Turtles. View migration map.

Last location update: 18 hours
Cumulative distance: 1,282 km / 797 miles
Certina
Updated 18 hours ago.
Colada
Colada is an adult hawksbill sea turtle released on July 15, 2018 with a satellite transmitter. She was encountered nesting on July 14 on Cades Bay Beach, Nevis. She measured 82.7 cm curved carapace (shell) length and 77.9 cm curved carapace width. Colada is taking part in the 2018 Tour de Turtles. View migration map.

Last location update: 11 hours
Cumulative distance: 1 km / 0 miles
Colada
Updated 11 hours ago.
Dune
Dune is an adult female loggerhead sea turtle released on May 22, 2018 from Gumbo Limbo Nature Center’s Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Facility.  Dune was found floating in the intracoastal unable to dive by boaters and reported to Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission on February 24, 2018. Gumbo Limbo Rehabilitation Facility treated Dune for a lung infection, related buoyancy issues, and severe emaciation. After over four months of rehabilitation, Dune has completely recovered and deemed ready for release by the sea turtle veterinarian. Dune measured 84.6 cm straight carapace length and gained over 40 lbs during her rehabilitation, weighing 176 lbs upon release! View migration map.

Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 1,236 km / 768 miles
Dune
Updated 19 hours ago.
Eliza Ann
Eliza Ann is an adult female loggerhead sea turtles released on June 20, 2017 with a satellite transmitter after nesting on Coquina Beach. She measured 109.5 cm in curved carapace (shell) length and 110.7 cm in curved carapace width. Eliza Ann is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsors, Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch & Waterline Marina and Resort. View migration map.

Last location update: 203 hours
Cumulative distance: 4,468 km / 2,777 miles
Eliza Ann
Updated 203 hours ago.
Kraken
Kraken, the adult female loggerhead sea turtle, arrived to Gumbo Limbo's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Facility on June 11, 2017. She was found floating in the Indian River Lagoon suffering from a severe boat propeller strike injury. Her face was lacerated and she was admitted to emergency surgery immediately upon arrival. After several months of rehabilitation, surgeries, and even Hurricane Irma, she is healed, measures 87.0 cm straight carapace length, & weighs a healthy 181 lbs! Despite missing her missing eye, she has recovered fully and been deemed ready for release by the sea turtle veterinarian. View migration map.

Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 645 km / 401 miles
Kraken
Updated 19 hours ago.
Leonora
An adult female loggerhead sea turtle to be released with a satellite transmitter on July 31, 2016 from the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, Florida. She measured 101.0 cm curved carapace (shell) length and 92.2 cm curved carapace width. Leonora is taking part in the 2016 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsor, Ripley's Aquariums.
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Last location update: 138 hours
Cumulative distance: 7,976 km / 4,956 miles
Leonora
Updated 138 hours ago.
Liberty
Liberty is an adult loggerhead sea turtle released with a satellite transmitter from Guanahacabibes Natural Park, Cuba on July 4, 2018. She measured 100.0 cm in curved carapace (shell) length and 92.0 cm in curved carapace width. While Guanahacabibes is predominately a green turtle nesting beach, loggerheads and hawksbills do occasionally nest as well. Liberty is the first adult loggerhead satellite tracked from Cuba. She is taking part in the 2018 Tour de Turtles and is sponsored by The Turtle Hospital in Marathon, Florida Keys. View migration map.

Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 273 km / 170 miles
Liberty
Updated 19 hours ago.
Lucaya
Lucaya is an adult female leatherback sea turtle encountered nesting on May 27, 2018, on Soropta Beach, Panama. She measured 151.5 cm in curved carapace (shell) length and 108.4 cm curved carapace width. Lucaya was named by her sponsor, Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas, and is taking part in the 2018 Tour de Turtles.
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Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 1,735 km / 1,078 miles
Lucaya
Updated 19 hours ago.
Mandalay II
Mandalay II (locally known as Berigo, the name of an important Nobe village), is an adult female hawksbill sea turtle that was encountered nesting on May 30, 2017, on Chiriquí Beach. She measured 86.6 cm in curved carapace (shell) length and 77.1 cm curved carapace width. She flipper tagged with tags #CH7627 and #CH7628 by STC researchers. A satellite tag was applied after she finished nesting. Mandalay II was named by her sponsor, Shark Reef Aquarium, and is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles.
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Last location update: 6 hours
Cumulative distance: 2,501 km / 1,554 miles
Mandalay II
Updated 6 hours ago.
Mojito
Mojito (aka Moji) is an adult hawksbill sea turtle released on July 16, 2017 with a satellite transmitter. She was encountered at 11:45 pm on July 16 on Lovers Beach, Nevis. She measured 75.8 cm curved carapace (shell) length and 72.3 cm curved carapace width. Mojito is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles.
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Last location update: 17 hours
Cumulative distance: 1,543 km / 959 miles
Mojito
Updated 17 hours ago.
Myrtle
Myrtle is an adult female loggerhead sea turtle released with a satellite transmitter on August 2, 2015 from the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, Florida. She measured 101.9 cm in curved carapace (shell) length. She is taking part in the 2015 Tour de Turtles, and was named by her sponsor, Ripley's Aquariums. View migration map.

Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 6,699 km / 4,163 miles
Myrtle
Updated 19 hours ago.
Odyssey
An adult female loggerhead sea turtle to be released with a satellite transmitter on July 30, 2017 from the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, Florida. She measured 90.6 cm curved carapace (shell) length and 84.0 cm curved carapace width. Odyssey is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsor, Ripley's Aquariums. View migration map.

Last location update: 18 hours
Cumulative distance: 2,737 km / 1,701 miles
Odyssey
Updated 18 hours ago.
Pinney
Pinney is an adult hawksbill sea turtle released on July 22, 2012 with a satellite transmitter after nesting on Cades Bay, Nevis. She measured 76.0 cm in curved carapace (shell) length. She took part in the 2012 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsor, Four Seasons Resort Nevis. View migration map.

Last location update: 322 hours
Cumulative distance: 2,326 km / 1,446 miles
Pinney
Updated 322 hours ago.
Rebecca
Rebecca is a juvenile green sea turtle that has been treated three times since 2016 in Gumbo Limbo’s Rehabilitation Facility for interactions with hooks and fishing line. On her most recent stranding, Rebecca’s front left flipper and neck were entangled severely in monofilament and hooks.  The wound was treated with medicinal leeches and cold laser therapy to try to prevent the flipper from being amputated. Rebecca has made a full recovery after 3 months of rehabilitation and will be released in sea grass habitat in Biscayne National Park.  View migration map.

Last location update: 643 hours
Cumulative distance: 16 km / 10 miles
Rebecca
Updated 643 hours ago.
Sally
Sally is an adult female loggerhead sea turtle released with a satellite transmitter on July 29, 2017 from south of the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, Florida. She measured 86.9 cm curved carapace (shell) length and 82.7 cm curved carapace width. Sally is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsors, Disney’s Animals, Science and Environment, and Disney’s Vero Beach Resort. View migration map.

Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 1,907 km / 1,185 miles
Sally
Updated 19 hours ago.
Sheldon

"Sheldon" is a 59.0 cm green turtle that was captured in a net at Somerset Long Bay, Bermuda, on 18 August 2017.  This was the first time that this turtle had been captured. It weighed 25.4 kilograms. The turtle was captured as part of the Bermuda Turtle Project which focuses on the study of immature green turtles in developmental habitat.

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Last location update: 114 hours
Cumulative distance: 727 km / 452 miles
Sheldon
Updated 114 hours ago.
Soca
Soca is an adult female leatherback sea turtle released with a satellite transmitter from Soropta Beach, Panama on May 27, 2017. She measured 142.4 cm in curved carapace (shell) length and 107.5 cm in curved carapace width. She had a small indent in the end of her carapace and was previously flipper tagged in May, 2015. Soca was named by her sponsor, Atlantis Paradise Island Resort, and is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles.
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Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 19,946 km / 12,394 miles
Soca
Updated 19 hours ago.
Sundrop
Sundrop is an adult hawksbill sea turtle released on July 18, 2016 with a satellite transmitter after nesting on the beach at Lovers Beach, Nevis.  She measured 77.3 cm curved carapace (shell) length. Sundrop is taking part in the 2016 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsor, Four Seasons Resort Nevis. View migration map.

Last location update: 6 hours
Cumulative distance: 2,229 km / 1,385 miles
Sundrop
Updated 6 hours ago.
Sylvia
Sylvia is an adult hawksbill sea turtle released on July 18, 2016 with a satellite transmitter after nesting on the beach at Lovers Beach, Nevis.  She measured 86.8 cm curved carapace (shell) length. Sylvia is taking part in the 2016 Tour de Turtles and was named by her sponsor, Four Seasons Resort Nevis. View migration map.

Last location update: 17 hours
Cumulative distance: 3,649 km / 2,268 miles
Sylvia
Updated 17 hours ago.
Tortuga Turista II
Tortuga Turista II is an adult female leatherback sea turtle released with a satellite transmitter from Chiriqui Beach, Panama on May 31, 2017. She measured 141.2 cm in curved carapace (shell) length and 104.8 cm in curved carapace width. She was previously flipper tagged while nesting on a different beach, but has been seen nesting on Chiriqui Beach in 2007 and 2010. Tortuga Turista II was named by her sponsor, USF Patel College of Global Sustainability and Blue Community Consortium, and is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles.
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Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 13,578 km / 8,437 miles
Tortuga Turista II
Updated 19 hours ago.
Walter
Walter is an adult, male loggerhead that stranded on June 4, 2018. He is 101.0 cm CCL (curved carapace length) long and 90.0 cm wide. He was rescued and taken to the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) in Sanibel, FL where he was treated for exposure to Red Tide. He is being satellite tagged as part of a study on the movement of adult male loggerheads conducted in cooperation with Mote Marine Laboratory. He was named in honor of CROW’s 50th Anniversary and their Founder, Shirley J. Walter. View migration map.

Last location update: 19 hours
Cumulative distance: 179 km / 111 miles
Walter
Updated 19 hours ago.


Recent Turtles That Are No Longer Transmitting
Doppler
Doppler is a juvenile green sea turtle caught in Long Bay, Bermuda. He measured 57.1 cm straight carapace (shell) length and was released with a satellite transmitter on August 18, 2016. View migration map.

Last location update: 1,914 hours
Cumulative distance: 1,017 km / 632 miles
Doppler
Updated 1,914 hours ago.
Lincoln
Lincoln is an adult female leatherback sea turtle released with a satellite transmitter from Chiriqui Beach, Panama on May 31, 2017. She measured 151.3 cm in curved carapace (shell) length and 111.0 cm in curved carapace width. She was previously flipper tagged while nesting on a different beach, but has been seen nesting on Chiriqui Beach in 2006, 2009 and 2011. Lincoln was named by her sponsor, The Explorer's Club, and is taking part in the 2017 Tour de Turtles.
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Last location update: 1,452 hours
Cumulative distance: 14,334 km / 8,907 miles
Lincoln
Updated 1,452 hours ago.

If you don’t see your turtle listed above, please check the full list of sea turtles tracked through the STC website.

Note About Location Points: STC does not receive location points every day. Some location points are provide by researchers and are posted on the maps as soon as we receive them. There may be times when there are no new points for several weeks. This is most likely the result of the sea turtle not staying at the surface long enough for the transmitter to be picked up by enough satellites. It takes several satellites to pick up the location of a transmitter and the transmitter antenna needs to be out of the water long enough for the satellites to pick up the signal. STC will continue to post new positions as soon as we receive them.