Tag: National Marine Life Center

Patient Update: October 2nd, 2020


  It’s finally fall and we are excited to start up our weekly Patient Update blog again here at National Marine Life Center!  We had a very busy end to our summer and are now working to prepare for the upcoming turtle cold-stunning season, which could start as early as late-October.  Since our last post […]

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Tarragon & Oregano Now Available For Adoption- A Great Holiday Gift

animal adoptions

We are happy to announce that harbor seal patients Tarragon & Oregano are now available for adoption! Tarragon is a female weanling harbor seal from Jeremy Point in Wellfleet, MA and was rescued by our friends at the International Fund For Animal Welfare on September 27, 2015. She was brought in due to a case […]

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Sassafras’s Release

Cape Cod

On March 19th, the National Marine Life Center’s Animal Care Team received a call from our friends at the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to see if we had room to potentially take on a new case. NMLC was available to help! After IFAW monitored this young of a year, grey seal for the […]

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Pepper’s CT Scan

CT Scan

Our grey seal pup, Pepper, was admitted on February 25th, by our friends at the International Fund for Animal Welfare from Sandy Neck Beach, Barnstable, MA. He was collected for rehabilitation due to ear discharge. Dr. Williams confirmed that an ear infection (otitis media) was present in his left ear by radiographs when Pepper was admitted.  […]

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