Felice Felice's World Of Turtles

 Information Sheets:
Box Turtle Care Sheet
Common Ailments
Water Turtle Care
Desert Tortoise Care
Redfoot Care
Baby Box Turtle Care
Baby Water Turtle Care
Incubation of Eggs
African Leopard Tortoises
Helpful Hints

Read the complete Spring/Summer 2019 Newsletter

About the club:

I founded the Sacramento Turtle and Tortoise Club in April of 1981 and at present we have approximately 950 members. The dues are only $2.00 a year because it is important to me for everyone who wishes, to receive the newsletter and have a sense of belonging to a club devoted to turtles and tortoises. Of course, donations are always welcome, but not a necessity. To join the club, respond to the address at the bottom of this page.

We have four well-attended meetings a year and a TURTLERAMA each August which is our educational display and members are encouraged to set up their turtles and tortoises and inform the public as to the proper care of these unique creatures. Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions you might have, and I will respond promptly.

I have two videos available, “Turtle and Tortoise Care in Captivity”and, “Box Turtle Care In Captivity.” I am trying to expand the line of videos to include water turtles, exotic tortoises and indoor habitats (of which I do not approve but realize that sometimes it is not possible to keep the turtle outdoors.) So, welcome to my world of turtles and tortoises. I hope you enjoy the ride!


S.T.T.C. (Sacramento Turtle and Tortoise Club)
25 Starlit Circle
Sacramento, CA 95831

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TURTALERT! A few years ago, a raccoon raided The Bunker and several turtles were brutally killed. I have been using the Driveway Patrol to warn me that something is in the yard and it is very effective, however, it does nothing to scare off the raccoon. They are reluctant to go into Havahart traps. I considered buying a dog, but then I thought I had once heard of a barking dog alarm and I searched the Internet until I found REX PLUS. I ordered it and it arrived quickly and when the raccoon returned for his nightly visit he was greeted by the vicious sounding barking dog, and I have not seen him since. I highly recommend this alarm. The one thing you never want to see is what a raccoon has done to your turtles and tortoises.



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