The Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre is a registered charity operating a hospital for Ontario’s native turtle species. Seven of the eight species of Ontario’s turtles are now listed as species at risk. Injuries to turtles from automobiles, boats, fish hooks, dogs, and humans, are second only to habitat destruction, as a cause for many of the species’ decline. The KTTC is the only wildlife rehabilitation centre dedicated solely to providing medical and rehabilitative care to Ontario turtles. Once healed these turtles are released back into their natural habitat where they can continue to reproduce for many decades.
I have for sale a carpet python that I bought off my friend, I am not getting over my phobia of the snake at all, so I'm just going to sell him. The snake is very tame, about 1yr-1.5yr old and comes with a custom made 6 ft cage along with about 600-800$ worth of enough accessories to fill the cage with ease. I have 3 rats left and also the automatic switch for the lights that will keep the lights on for 12hr intervals and the red heat lamp on 24hrs. It's needs to go asap because I need this money for christmas really badly so give me an offer if mine doesn't seem fair, have a great day! I live in Mindapore which is south Calgary accross from Shawnessy, im asking $1200 OBO. ... See MoreSee Less
The Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre (Ontario, Canada) needs your help for more successful recoveries, like this female Blanding's Turtle (before and after photo)! Your DAILY VOTES for the Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre can help us win $100,000 for turtle conservation! Voting is on now through December 10th. Click Below, and thank you so much for your support! www.avivacommunityfund.org/ideas/acf19461