In July 2022, the Texas State Aquarium’s (TSA) Wildlife Rescue Center admitted 17 large loggerhead sea turtles. These sea turtles were found stranded on Port Aransas beaches and suffering weight loss and other health problems whose cause has not yet been determined. Some sea turtles were transferred to the Aquarium’s Rescue Center and others to the Aquarium’s main campus, where a temporary Tiger Dam Flood Control System was deployed. All sea turtles came from the Amos Rehabilitation Keep – ARK at UT Marine Science Institute (ARK). Please consider donating today to directly help treat and rehabilitate these animals.
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The Texas State Aquarium offers opportunities for donors to be recognized publicly in association with their gift level; however, all donors are given the opportunity to remain anonymous and to decline public and/or private recognition.
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Donors have the right to review information we have collected about them. To review such information, please contact us in writing at Chief Government Affairs and Marketing, Texas State Aquarium, 2710 N. Shoreline Boulevard, Corpus Christi, Texas, 78402.