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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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Pup Transport Tag Team

Ashley Stokes | NH Marine Mammal Rescue Coordinator
On Wednesday afternoon, we helped our friends from College of the Atlantic/Allied Whale in northern Maine, with the transport of two harbor seal pups that had been found abandoned by their moms. COA transported them to us, and after administering some fluids and glucose, we hit the

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Harp Seal makes Springtime Stop

Ashley Stokes | NH Marine Mammal Rescue Coordinator
Yesterday, we responded to reports of a live seal on the beach in front of Seaside Village in North Hampton. We assumed it would be a harbor seal pup, but were surprised to find a male juvenile harp seal! Harp seals are a winter visitor of ours,

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Harbor Seal Pupping Season is Underway!

Harbor seals bear their young during the months of May and June. As a result, the chance of seeing seals on our beaches, and more specifically seal pups, increases. If you see a seal on the beach, it is important to keep back and call the Seacoast Science Center’s Marine Mammal Rescue (MMR) hotline

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#OceanRunnerNH: Rescue Run to help Save the Seals

Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals to be held April 23, 2016

#OceanRunnerNH, Nichole Rutherford, fills you in on the Seacoast Science Center’s Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals, to be held Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 9am sharp. Race, run or walk—the 5k trail brings you along the shore, over a historic military

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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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