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Seal Armstrong’s Release

 
Ashley Stokes | NH Marine Mammal Rescue Team Coordinator
Yesterday afternoon while we were down in MA checking in on Amelia Sealheart (our harbor seal pup we posted the update on last night), we were also down there for another very special reason: Seal Armstrong, the grey seal pup that we rescued on February

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Update on Amelia Sealheart

Ashley Stokes | NH Marine Mammal Rescue Team Coordinator

This afternoon we got to check-in on Amelia Sealheart, the premature harbor seal pup that we rescued on April 24th. Despite a still-uncertain future, as she has had some significant ear discharge, she hasn’t had ear discharge in over a week. She is getting

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#OceanRunnerNH: Skip the Plastic

Ocean Runner Nichole is always finding discarded plastic bags as she runs along the beach. These types of bags can be deadly when ingested by marine animals. A great way to keep these bags off the beach and out of the water is to always take reusable tote bags with you for shopping, beach

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#OceanRunnerNH Introduces the Seacoast Science Center’s new Video Blog

Seacoast Science Center’s Nichole Rutherford introduces the new #OceanRunnerNH Video Blog. Follow the Ocean Runner as she runs along the coast of New Hampshire and Southern Maine to raise awareness of our ocean environment and promote ocean health. Filled with questions about what she sees along the way, the Ocean Runner looks to her

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A Day in the Life of an SSC Intern

Sammie Powers | Marketing Intern

My day at the Seacoast Science Center (SSC) began by holding a salty wet rock with an anemone on it. You might not think that is surprising for an intern at SSC, but it was for me. I’m a Marketing Intern, and I spend most of my time working in the

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Cuteness Alert! Seal Armstrong Update

Ashley Stokes  |  NH Marine Mammal Rescue Coordinator
Our little guy, Seal Armstrong, rescued Feb. 21, is being well cared for at the National Marine Life Center. His next hurdle is learning how to eat on his own! Photo by of National Marine Life Center.
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First Seal Rescue of 2016

 
Ashley Stokes  |  NH Marine Mammal Rescue Coordinator
This past weekend the MMRT had it’s first report of a gray seal pup in 2016. This adorable little guy was spotted in Fort Stark (New Castle, NH) way above the high tide line and close to the dirt parking lot on Saturday morning (February 20th). Despite being

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Juvenile Harp Seal Expires

 
Ashley Stokes  |  NH Marine Mammal Rescue Coordinator
This past weekend we responded to a juvenile harp seal (winter visitor to the NH seacoast!) at Pirate’s Cove in Rye. In the morning he was pretty spunky and aggressive on approach, but he was eating sand and had some eye discharge. The plan was to

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First Ice Seal of the Season

Ashley Stokes  |  NH Marine Mammal Rescue Coordinator
This evening we responded to our first harp seal (deceased) in Seabrook. This juvenile seal, known as an ice seal because it only travels down our way from the Canadian Provinces in the winter time, likely died this morning/afternoon or last night. Externally, aside from one

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Oregano the Harbor Seal Swims Free!

On Saturday, December 12, 2015, Oregano the harbor seal was released back into the wild at Wallis Sands State Park in Rye. A cheering crowd of approximately 350 people came out to witness the joyous event and support our Marine Mammal Rescue Team’s work and ocean education efforts!
Oregano was rescued from Seabrook Beach

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