The First Hatchling of Nesting Season Year 2013

The first hacthling of Painted terrapin from last nesting patrol was born on 17 March 2014. This is a result of our nesting patrol had been carried out during December 2013 to January 2014. You can read our last nesting patrol through this link. Totally, this hatchling need 94 days to hatch. This hatchling is … Continue reading The First Hatchling of Nesting Season Year 2013

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The last nesting patrol successfully secured 328 Painted terrapin eggs

The last nesting patrol to secure the survival of Painted terrapin successfully secured 328 eggs of 20 nests. The nesting patrol have been carried out from November 2013 to January 2014 at main nesting beaches in Seruway Mangrove Forest, Aceh Tamiang District, Indonesia. The nests were found on two main nesting beaches, there are Pusong … Continue reading The last nesting patrol successfully secured 328 Painted terrapin eggs

Release 77 Hatchlings of Critically Endangered Painted Terrapin

A total of 77 hatchlings of Painted Terrapin ( Batagur borneoensis ), critically endangered species, was released in to native habitat in estuaries in Aceh Tamiang District, Indonesia ( 3/10/013 ) . These seven month-old hatchlings are a result of survey and nesting patrol carried out by rescue team of BKSDA Aceh Tamiang , rangers … Continue reading Release 77 Hatchlings of Critically Endangered Painted Terrapin

The Growth of Painted Terrapin Hatchling in the Fourth Month

After hatched four months ago, the 81 Painted Terrapin (Batagur borneoensis) hatchlings are being raised in rearing ponds are growth nicely. Measurements on March 30, 2013, the average carapace length is 5.4 cm, width 5.1 cm and weighs 4.1 grams. On May, the average carapace length is 8.1 cm, when the measurements on 30 July … Continue reading The Growth of Painted Terrapin Hatchling in the Fourth Month

Continue to Share Knowledge of Painted Terrapin to Community

After successfully increasing the knowledge of more than 600 middle school students in the District Seruway in 2012, we continue to work to improve public knowledge about the conservation of Painted Terrapin, a species that included in the world's most 25 endangered freshwater turtle and tortoise. During 5 days, from 1 to 5 July 2013, … Continue reading Continue to Share Knowledge of Painted Terrapin to Community

We are Selected as a Finalist of Klik Hati Merck 2013

We are thrilled to be selected as a finalist of Klik Hati Merck 2013 for environmental category. Freshwater turtle conservation, especially species Painted Terrapin (Batagur borneoensis), forward still takes time, full of challenges and needs your support. However, we believe that our target to increase the wild population, can produce and release at least 600 … Continue reading We are Selected as a Finalist of Klik Hati Merck 2013

The Growth of Painted Terrapin Hatchling Looks Promising

The hatchling of Painted Terrapin (Batagur borneoensis) that raised at rearing ponds of Satucita's Conservation Center growth well for second month. The average length of carapace for May is 8.1 cm or increase 1.9 cm compared to April or increase 3.7 cm compared to March. The average length of carapace on March is 5.4 cm … Continue reading The Growth of Painted Terrapin Hatchling Looks Promising

Poaching of Freshwater Turtle Seriously Impact on Endangered Species

Poaching of freshwater turtles to supply the food market has produced serious impact on endangered species. About a week ago, some carapace of Painted Terrapin (Batagur borneoensis) and hundreds of Cuora amboinensis carapace found in a poacher in Province of Kalimantan Tengah. This province is habitat for B. borneoensis, O. borneensis, B. affinis, C. amboinensis. … Continue reading Poaching of Freshwater Turtle Seriously Impact on Endangered Species

The most endangered indonesian freshwater turtles

Indonesia is a country which rich of freshwater turtles, tortoises and terrapins species. Most of them are facing extinction due to habitat loss, hunting and human consumption. Here are the list of the most endangered freshwater turtles in Indonesia. This list is our opinion. Rarity to find in the wild, observation of internet trading, discussion … Continue reading The most endangered indonesian freshwater turtles