India, Odisha started 2010 Active Conservation
The Olive Ridley Sea turtle is considered a top conservation priority as it is a vulnerable and ecologically important species. Odisha situated in east coast of India is well known for world’s largest Olive Ridley nesting sites. This species is especially known for its mass nesting, thousands of females congregate & came to the very same beaches where they were hatched, Unfortunately, this species is facing lots of problem. Our initiative is promoting community led conservation activities.