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STC Programs: Educational Activities

STC Programs: Activities

Educational Activities Related to Sea Turtle Migration-Tracking

This section contains activities, materials and data covering topics in Biology, Conservation, Geography, Earth Science & Mathematics that can be used with the Sea Turtle Migration-Tracking Education Program.

  • List of activities, by subject, based on satellite tracking sea turtles

  • Google Earth Tracking KMZ files: Use Google Earth to track STC's turtles! Click on the turtle's name below to save the file to your computer and open with Google Earth. Don't have Google Earth? You can download a free version of Google Earth.

    Previously Tracked Turtles:

  • Maps & Data Sets for Plotting Sea Turtle Migration (PDF files )

    Blank Maps:

    Data Sets:

    Data Sets provided by the Sea Turtle Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund and the University of Central Florida. Data sets may only be used for educational or conservational purposes and must be properly credited if used outside of the STC provided educational activities.

  • Original Plot the Migration of a Sea Turtle Activity

Additional Educational Activities

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If you have an activity or resource related to the tracking program that you would like to share, please contact Dan Evans at or 352-373-6441 to find out how to have it included on our website.

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