Yes, but it's important to keep in mind that strawberries should only be given occasionally and as treats. Their high level of sugar could cause digestive issues in certain species of turtles; thus they should only be fed occasionally as treats.
Strawberry fruits contain plenty of essential nutrients that can have a positive impact on a turtle's health, such as Vitamin C which can enhance immune functions and heal wounds, while potassium provides essential heart and nerve support.
Strawberry's are packed with calcium, an essential mineral needed for proper development of turtle shells as well as muscle movement, strong nervous systems and maintaining bone health.
When feeding strawberries to your turtle, it is best to cut them up into smaller pieces so they are easier for him or her to consume and digest. Furthermore, it may be beneficial to combine them with other nutritious fruits and vegetables suitable for turtle consumption such as leafy greens, carrots, apples or bananas for optimal results.
Before feeding any fruits and veggies to your turtles, it is wise to wash them to remove dirt or pesticides that may remain. It is also a good practice to rinse any flowers given as these could contain toxic materials that could harm their health.