Mindy Todd, national award winning host of The Point on the Cape and the Islands National Public Radio station, interviewed the National Marine Life Center team on Wednesday, June 10th. The interview is posted on the NPR web site and can be heard by clicking here. An integral part of the story about the NMLC and the critical […]
Six Northern Red-Bellied Cooters headstarted at the National Marine Life Center over the winter have been released into the wild in Middleboro on June 1st, 2009. They joined 132 other red bellies that had been carefully fed and cared for to restore this endangered population of aquatic turtles in Massachusetts. The Boston Globe covered the […]
The National Marine Life Center has been approved for the Shaw’s Community Rewards program. Shaw’s will contribute 1% of each supporter’s eligible Rewards Card purchases made on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays if they use their registered Shaw’s Rewards Card and select the NMLC as their designated non-profit organization. Once you sign up on line (see […]
Thank you, generous donors! Thank you from Team NMLC and thank you, much more importantly, from the marine animals of the North Atlantic and the Gulf of Maine who may be visiting your new marine animal hospital when it opens to receive patients from the fall stranding season. For those of you who are still […]
NMLC would like to thank the Town of Bourne Department of Public Works for helping with to haul away and dispose of 1800 yards of unuseable fill. As part of NMLC’s commitment to recycle and reuse, the fill removed from our site will be used as cap on the landfill.
Kudos and thanks to Paula Hersey of Penguin Digital Design for developing an awesome new website for the National Marine Life Center. Paula is a long-time NMLC supporter. Her new “web 2.0” design for NMLC takes advantage of blogging software by WordPress and allows NMLC staff and volunteers to update information at a moment’s notice. […]
In late March, the National Marine Life Center and partner organizations New England Aquarium and Whale Center of New England, co-hosted the Northeast Region Stranding Network Conference. Convened in Salem, Massachusetts, the conference brought together stranding responders, rehabilitators, scientists, educators, resource managers, and interested laypeople involved in marine mammal and sea turtle strandings from Virginia […]