We are still seeing a large number of post hatchling (aka wash back) turtles being washed up on shore. To help insure their survival we need the public’s help by following the below listed Do’s and Don’ts:


  • Place them back in the water, They are exhausted and will drown.

  • Put them in any container with water due to the above


  • Place them in a dry container. You can put a little damp seaweed in the bottom.

  • Call our hotline at 321-206-0646 for instructions on what to do with them.

  • You can place them in the cooler that is located in North Lori Wilson park by the south cross over or that them to our store located at  111 A1A in Indialantic, just south of 192.


STPS Monthly Membership Meetings. Meetings are the 1st Thursday of the month. The meeting is open to all. Doors open at 7:00pm for light refreshments and meeting starts at 7:30pm to 9:00pm.

The next  meeting will be November 3, 2016  at:

Pelican Beach Park Clubhouse

1495 Highway A1A  Satellite Beach, FL 32937

Doors open at 7:00 pm and the presentation will start at 7:30 pm

Dean Bagley, who has worked in Melbourne Beach with UCF doing surveys and research for many years will present information about her research attaching satellite transmitters and following the travels of sea turtles following their nesting on the beach.  She tells us also about the results of nesting this past summer.


Monthly Beach CLEAN-UP

Saturday, November  5, 2016

The Two locations are Coconut Point Park in Melbourne Beach and Cheri Down Park and Beach in Cape Canaveral,  starting at 8:00 am and usually finishing by 10 am. Volunteers can receive community service hours. Materials for cleanup activities are provided, including trash bags, gloves, sunscreen and tools. See more:


STPS will be participating in the following events.  Please look for our booth or contact us  if you would like to volunteer for the event.
Satellite Beach Founders Day
 November 5, 2016 from
9am – 3pm
David R. Schechter Community Center, 
1089 S Patrick Dr, Satellite Beach, FL 32937.
 Indian River Lagoon Day 
November 12, 2016  10am-2pm
Front Street Park, 2205 Front Street,
Melbourne, Florida 32901.
 Ocean Reef Beach Festival
 Saturday, December 3, 2016
 10am – 5pm at Pelican Beach Park,
 1525 Florida A1A, Satellite Beach, FL 32937.