Turtle Tweet Chat: Dive Deeper into Sea Turtle Biology, Science, and Conservation

June 06, 2019

Ask questions about sea turtles and learn more about our work to conserve them during a tweet chat on June 12, 2019.

Barbara Schroeder with a sea turtle in Florida Bay.

Barbara Schroeder with a sea turtle in Florida Bay.

NOAA has a team of scientists who study sea turtles to better understand their population status and trends, movements and behavior, life history, and stressors. We are especially focused on understanding the bycatch of turtles in commercial fisheries and developing ways to reduce and eliminate bycatch. Our teams also work internationally to build capacity and work cooperatively with other nations also working to conserve these wide-ranging, shared species.

Barbara Schroeder is the coordinator of the NOAA Sea Turtle Conservation and Recovery Program. She'll be answering your questions about sea turtles from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST on June 12.

Join us for a Turtle Tweet Chat!

  • Who: Barbara Schroeder, NOAA's National Sea Turtle Coordinator
  • What: Tweet Chat - tweet your questions @NOAAFisheries and use hashtag #SeaTurtleChat
  • When: June 12, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST
  • Wherehttps://twitter.com/NOAAFisheries