Florida Nesting Sea Turtle Walk with Sea Turtle Preservation Society

Turtle Walks with the
Sea Turtle Preservation Society

Located in Brevard County, one of the turtle watch hotspots






Florida Everglades


Sea Turtle Walks
with The Sea Turtle Preservation Society

The Sea Turtle Preservation Society (STPS) is a not-for-profit organization qualified to conduct turtle walks because its trained volunteers are granted official permits by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission.

The Society's purpose is increase public awareness about marine turtles through lectures, exhibits and its turtle watches during the summer sea turtle nesting season.

Nesting Loggerhead Sea Turtle copyright M. Timothy O'Keefe - www.FloridaWildlifeViewing.com
Loggerhead depositing her eggs

The Sea Turtle Preservation Society is primarily an all-volunteer society. Volunteers enjoy one-of-a-kind close-up encounters with sea turtles.

Reservations for turtle watches begin May 1 and continue as long as there are openings: 321/676-1701  .

Walks are offered several nights a week during the months of June and July and depart from 3 locations in South Brevard County, typically from Melbourne Beach or Satellite Beach.

Contact Information: Office location, 111 South Miramar Ave., Indialantic, FL 32903. Office hours 11 am to 4 pm, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Phone 321/676-1701. Website

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