California Turtle & Tortoise Club
KERN COUNTY CHAPTER
WELCOME TO THE KERN COUNTY CHAPTER!
The California Turtle & Tortoise Club (CTTC) was created to promote the preservation, conservation, welfare, study and dissemination of knowledge pertaining to all turtles and tortoises. We are a California Public Benefit Corporation recognized as non-profit by the IRS under 501(c)(3).
In light of our proximity to the Mojave Desert, the Kern County Chapter's primary focus is, of course, on the threatened Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) and learning to keep it in the best simulation possible of its natural habitat.
Many club members also have numerous other species of turtles and tortoises. We believe in the proper care of all species. Every animal has the right to be treated with respect and kept in an environment or habitat where it can thrive.
KERN CTTC MONTHLY MEETING
2nd Monday of the Month @ 6:30PM
In-person meetings take place at St. Philip of the Apostle Church, St. Ann's Room (East side of church), 7100 Stockdale Hwy (on the north side, between Ashe and Gosford), Bakersfield, CA 93309.
If you have any questions, contact Heather Ponek via Email for details.
KERN ADOPTIONS PROGRAM IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS
If you are interested in adopting a turtle or tortoise, please contact our adoptions team via email@example.com.
Click the button below to download a PDF of our adoption application. Fill it out completely and mail it to our postal mailing address:
Post Office Box 81772
Bakersfield, CA 93380-1772
You can also scan the completed form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
The adoptions program is still running at full strength. Our top priority is protecting the health and well-being of our chapter members and our local communities. Rest assured, our adoptions team will follow COVID-19 best practices while facilitating your adoption.
As we all adapt to the new realities this situation is creating, please continue to follow the latest guidance from organizations like the California Department of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the World Health Organization, as well as information from our local government.