Box Turtle Curricula & Downloads
This page is a resource for Project Leaders and Educators wishing to educate the public and/or classroom about Box Turtles.
The Box Turtle Card is a two-sided card that provides information about the status of Box Turtles in the wild, why they need to stay wild, moving them from the road and how you can help.
The Box Turtle Research Manual (.pdf) is the go-to document on Box Turtles. It chronicles everything from curricula, study methods and anatomical characteristics of the Box Turtle.
Sexing Box Turtles is a PDF that highlights the differences in appearances that occur between male and female box turtles.
The Brush Pile Fact Sheet is a how-to for building brush piles on your property to provide shelter for box turtles and other wildlife.
Building a 100 Year Project: Assuring Data Quality in the Box Turtle Connection, author Ashley LaVere
Sizable Differences in Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina carolina) Measurements, author Douglas Lawton
Curricula & Educational Materials
10 Things YOU Can Do to Save Box Turtles, Fact Sheet
Box Turtle Feeding Frenzy, Educational Game
Box Turtle Trail – Program Outline, Educational Game
Box Turtle Trail – Turtles for Printing, Educational Game
Forest & Plow, Box Turtle Survival Skills – Program Outline, Educational Game
Forest & Plow, Box Turtle Survival Skills – Program Cards, Educational Game
Trash’n’Turtles, Educational Game
All of the above Curricula & Educational materials courtesy of Brian Bockhahn, ncparks.gov.
Hibernation, Aestivation, Brumination, Box Turtles do what in the winter?
Box Turtles & Tortoises, Do you know the differences?
Infographics provided by Ashley LaVere, BTC Assistant Director