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A Sea Turtle Healing Center team member holds Roadhouse the green sea turtle

Releasing Green Sea Turtle Roadhouse

After an 11-month rehabilitation journey, sub-adult green sea turtle Roadhouse is heading home to the water!

Opal the green sea turtle is carried by a Sea Turtle Healing Center team member

Releasing Green Sea Turtle Opal

We’re thrilled to be releasing a 7-pound juvenile green sea turtle named Opal back to the ocean at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 19 at Lori Wilson Park in Cocoa Beach!

Adult green sea turtle Jolene

Meet One of Our Largest Green Sea Turtle Patients!

Jolene, a 374-pound adult green sea turtle, came to our Sea Turtle Healing Center on Friday, July 7, for care.

A sea turtle eats algae

Growing Algae for Sea Turtles

Our Sea Turtle Healing Center team has started growing algae for their patients! Diet is so important for recovering patients.

Meet McNubbins the Green Sea Turtle

McNubbins the green sea turtle calls Brevard Zoo’s Sea Turtle Healing Center home for now. This turtle is not releasable.

Releasing Banana the Green Sea Turtle After 14-Month Stay

After an intense 14-month stay at our Sea Turtle Healing Center, a juvenile green sea turtle with a sweet name will have an even sweeter end to their rehabilitation journey with us!

Lending a Flipper to Another Sea Turtle Patient

Our Sea Turtle Healing Center recently lent a flipper to another rehabilitation facility looking for a specialized treatment for one of their sea turtle patients. 

Releasing Spicy Hawaiian and Benjamin

Our first sea turtle patient of 2023, Spicy Hawaiian, is set to go home to the ocean along with our 100th green sea turtle patient of 2022, Benjamin, at the Beach ‘N Boards Festival on Friday, March 10 at 4 p.m.