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CONTACTS

The Lower Willamette Valley Turtle Conservation Project is made up of representatives of several area conservation agencies and organizations who meet on a quarterly basis. We do not have a staff person to answer questions, but here are some other organizations that can help you.

 

::Report turtle sightings

  • Use our turtle sighting form to report a turtle sighting
  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, NW Region: 971-673-6000
  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area office: 503-621-3488, ext 227

::Report injured turtles

  • Audubon Society of Portland, Wildlife Care Center: 503-292-0304
  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area office: 503-621-3488, ext 227

::Get information on enhancing your pond or wetland to attract turtles

  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area office: 503-621-3488, ext 227
  • Your local Soil and Water Conservation District:

::Volunteer to help monitor turtles or enhance turtle habitats

  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Sauvie Island Wildlife Area office: 503-621-3488, ext 227
  • Metro Parks and Greenspaces: www.oregonmetro.gov

::Volunteer to help with wetland restoration work



 
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The Lower Willamette Turtle Conservation Project was formed to share expertise among various organizations and agencies involved in turtle conservation and to promote appreciation and conservation of turtles by all Oregonians.
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