Tag: Marine Mammals of Maine
Patient Update: November 26th, 2020
A lot has happened here at NMLC since our last update in October. Montauk, a harbor seal who was recently released after restranding due to human interaction, has returned to our hospital for a third time. After being released on Scusset Beach on October 15, 2020 with Marblehead and Derby, two other rehabilitated harbor seals, […]
3 Seals are Heading Back to the Wild!
It’s time to celebrate! The National Marine Life Center is releasing three rehabilitated seals tomorrow morning, Friday, September 12, at 10:00 am at Scusset Beach, and the public is invited to observe the release. “Barclay” is a male harbor seal pup that stranded in Maine on May 18, 2014. He was rescued by Marine Mammals […]
Meet Barclay! Barclay is our newest patient at the National Marine Life Center. He is a harbor seal pup that stranded in Maine and was rescued by Marine Mammals of Maine. He was brought to our center for rehabilitation and (hopefully) eventual release back into the wild. He still had his umbilical cord attached when […]