March 2016

Common Dolphin Strands

Ashley Stokes  |  NH Marine Mammal Rescue Coordinator
This morning we responded to our first dolphin of the year. This deceased adult male Common Dolphin was spotted by construction workers building a sea wall, at Plaice Cove in Hampton. It’s hard to say what led to his demise, because externally he looked good overall.

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Seal Armstrong, back at ya!

Seal Armstrong, looks much healthier after being cared for at the National Marine Life Center, but he still needs to learn how to eat fish and put on the pounds! Remember, we can only save the seals with your help! Please make your tax-deductible donation to help save the seals today.

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Pumpkin the harbor seal released!

Ashley Stokes  |  NH Marine Mammal Rescue Coordinator
We have some great news to share with you today: our last remaining seal from the 2015 season that has been receiving care from our friends at Mystic Aquarium, is getting released today! Pumpkin, the juvenile harbor seal was rescued from Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA on September 15th,

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A Tough Winter for Ice Seals

BATH, Maine (WLBZ2 NEWS CENTER)Ice seals typically migrate south from Canada and spend winters in the icy waters off the coast of Maine.This winter, though, has been anything but typical and it’s affecting the animals’ health.The migratory seals eat snow and ice to stay hydrated, especially as they get ready to make the long trip

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