2023 SESRSTM Exhibitor / Vendors
Alabama Coastal Foundation – Share the Beach
Share the Beach, Alabama’s sea turtle nest monitoring and conservation program, volunteers will be on hand to talk about our program and represent our local sea turtle community.
We will be showcasing our sea turtle lighting exhibits and custom light tests, alongside our beach basket program. Additional information about the organization and our programs will be available too.
Organization Description: Fin Pin Shop is run by two women who share our combined passion for marine life through ocean-themed products with the world. We are two biologists who love ocean puns and promoting an eco-friendly lifestyle. Through enamel pins, stickers, and more we support ocean conservation and scientific research.
Gulf Center for Sea Turtle Research
The Gulf Center for Sea Turtle Research was created to address the data gaps and research needs to conserve sea turtles in Texas, the western Gulf and throughout the Gulf of Mexico.
Inwater Research Group
Inwater Research Group provides the scientific community and general public with information to promote the conservation of coastal and marine species and their habitats.
Lotek Wireless Inc.
Lotek is a world leader in the design and manufacture of fish and wildlife monitoring systems. We are committed to providing innovative solutions for a sustainable future.
Endoscopy, video and lighting developer and distributor exclusively for the Veterinary Industry since 1972.
National Wildlife Federation
Uniting all Americans to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world.
Ocean Conservancy is an environmental NGO based in Washington DC that works with you to protect the world’s ocean from today’s greatest challenges.
Sea Turtle Conservancy
The Sea Turtle Conservancy (STC) is the world’s oldest sea turtle research and conservation group. An international nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, STC was founded in 1959 by world-renowned sea turtle expert Dr. Archie Carr to save sea turtles from extinction through science-based conservation. Headquartered in Florida, the organization carries out worldwide programs to conserve and recover sea turtle populations through research, education, advocacy and protection of the natural habitats upon which sea turtles depend upon. Over the course of 60+ years, STC’s research programs have yielded much of what is now known about sea turtles and the threats they face, and the organization is applying this knowledge to carry out the world’s most successful sea turtle protection and recovery programs. Learn more at www.conserveturtles.org.
SESCO offers fixtures of all shapes, sizes, and budgets to provide your project the functionality and aesthetic needs while preserving our environment.
Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Network
To advance the diversity of sea turtle knowledge and conservation across disciplines, the Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Network facilitates the sharing of scientific research focusing on the southeastern United States from Virginia to Texas, including the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
Spangrud & Associates
Sea turtle volunteer & international author, Linda B. Schmitz Spangrud, showcases her children’s books, ages 0-11. The Turtle People Series describes sea turtle work & preservation practices. Profits shared with Sea Turtle Programs.
St. Croix Sea Turtle Project
The St. Croix Sea Turtle Project works in collaboration with the US Fish and Wildlife Service at Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge in St. Croix, USVI to protect and study nesting sea turtles.
University of Oregon Reality Lab
The Oregon Reality (OR) Lab is a multidisciplinary teaching and research facility dedicated to using immersive storytelling to create positive social and environmental change.
Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience and Sea Turtle Hospital
The Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience and Sea Turtle Hospital is a University of Florida marine
research institute for biomedical research and biotechnology located in St. Augustine, Florida. Founded in 1974, the Whitney Lab is dedicated to using marine model animals for studying fundamental problems in biology and applying that knowledge to issues of human health, natural resources, and the environment. Since its opening in 2015 our Sea Turtle Hospital provides rehabilitation, education and research for sea turtle conservation. The hospital rehabilitates debilitated and injured sea turtles in Northeast Florida and releases them back to the wild. Our institute leverages its advanced research capabilities to improve our ability to understand, treat and conserve sea turtles.
Wildlife Computers is the leading provider of advanced wildlife telemetry solutions. We offer a unique service that gets you the data you need. Learn more at WildlifeComputers.com