Tag: harp seal
Patient Update May 13th
Patient Update: 5/13/19 Welcome back to the National Marine Life Center’s Patient Update! As this is our first update of 2019, I’d like to kick things into gear by trying out something a little different from the previous patient updates. We have been very busy this year with the Unusual Mortality Event (UME) continuing on […]
Patient Update: April 26th
Patient Update: April 26th SEALS: Mystic– Today is an exciting day for our harp seal, Mystic. She and our other harp seal, Kenny, are going to be released together at Scusset Beach State Reservation at 3:30 pm! Mystic has finished treatment for her ear infection in her right ear, […]
Patient Update: April 19th
Patient Update: April 19, 2018 SEALS: Saco – Saco is our male gray seal weanling that was brought to us by our friends at Seacoast Science Center. You may have seen him all over the news – he is the seal that was found in the parking lot of Brown’s Lobster […]
Seal Diamond Release!
We are planning a seal release for Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 5:30PM for our newest harp seal, Seal Diamond! He will be released a Scusset Beach in Sandwich, MA and the public is invited to come and watch! Diamond is a yearling seal who was rescued by the Seacoast Science Center in Seabrook, NH […]
Easter Weekend Seal Release!
Frank Sealnatra, a harp seal weanling, was released just in time for Easter! Frank was rescued late February of this year in cooperation with the IFAW Marine Mammal Rescue Team. What started out as a typical Harp seal case of being underweight and dehydrated accompanied with seal lice, became more complicated upon discovering he had pneumonia caused […]
The first SEAL-ebrities have landed!
After deciding upon on the 2016 seal naming theme back in December there has been a lot of anticipation as to who our first “Seal-lebrity” patients would be. Well the wait is finally over. In the past week we have admitted not one but two “Seal-lebrities” into our marine animal hospital to kick of the […]