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NMLC Calendars Are Here!

Posted by on Nov 17, 2017 in Animals, Featured | 0 comments

Have you heard the news? We have NMLC calendars now! They feature harbor seal pups and weanlings, grey seals, Kemp’s ridley sea...

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Patient Update: November 13th

Posted by on Nov 13, 2017 in Animals | 0 comments

PATIENT UPDATE November 13, 2017           Seals 1             Sea Turtles 2 Current Patients SEALS Bella...

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Final Release of 2017 Pup Season: Giseal and Leo!

Posted by on Oct 20, 2017 in Animals, Event News, Volunteers | 0 comments

Giseal Bundchen and Sealonardo DiCaprio Released Here at the National Marine Life Center, we rehabilitate and release stranded marine...

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Patient Update: October 5th

Posted by on Oct 5, 2017 in Animals | 0 comments

PATIENT UPDATE   October 5, 2017        Seals 2           Sea Turtles 2 Recent Releases RoSEALind Franklin– Rosie did...

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A Day in the Life of an NMLC Intern!

Posted by on Sep 18, 2017 in Animals | 0 comments

At 9:30 on Tuesday morning, I arrive to open up the Discovery Center, where I work until 1:30pm. There, I educate visitors about marine...

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Marine Mammal Health & Stranding Response Program

Posted by on Sep 15, 2017 in Animals, Featured | 0 comments

“Why do marine mammals strand?” Marine mammal strandings may occur due to disease, parasite infestation, harmful algal blooms, injuries...

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Patient Update: September 14, 2017

Posted by on Sep 14, 2017 in Animals | 0 comments

PATIENT UPDATE September 14, 2017          Seals 5             Sea Turtles 2 Recent Releases SEALly Ride– Seally...

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Patient Update: September 21st

Posted by on Sep 14, 2017 in Animals, Featured | 0 comments

PATIENT UPDATE September 14, 2017          Seals 5             Sea Turtles 2 SEALS SEALonardo DiCaprio–...

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Meet the Permanent Residents of NMLC!

Posted by on Sep 8, 2017 in Animals | 0 comments

The National Marine Life Center is home to three resident turtles, aside from our usual sea turtle patients.  The three residents include...

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From Pups to Weanlings: What’s on the Menu?

Posted by on Sep 4, 2017 in Animals | 0 comments

During peak pupping season for Harbor Seals here at NMLC, our patients are fed every four hours beginning at 7am until 11pm.  When Harbor...

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