Tag: Seacoast Science Center

Patient Update: November 13th


PATIENT UPDATE November 13, 2017           Seals 1             Sea Turtles 2 Current Patients SEALS Bella LugoSEAL– Bella is our newest weanling harbor seal who came to us from Rye, NH courtesy of our friends at the Seacoast Science Center. She arrived with dead tissue on her face and an injured jaw. Our veterinarian Dr. Williams has […]

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Seal Diamond Release!

harp seal

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 […]

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The first SEAL-ebrities have landed!

Frank Sinatra

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 […]

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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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Shades of Grey Seal


This spring has been filled with many shades of grey in the National Marine Life Center’s marine animal hospital. Grey seals that is. Our staff and volunteers have been working tirelessly to care for six different grey seal cases. Grey seals are known in the hospital for their feisty personalities so with the 2015 herbs and […]

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Kennedy is going home!

harbor seal

After three months of intensive rehabilitation, Kennedy is going home! The public is invited to witness her release. Details: When: Saturday, January 31, 2015 Time: 10:30 am Place: Scusset Beach State Reservation, 20 Scusset Beach Road, Sandwich, MA Kennedy is a weanling female harbor seal that stranded October 14, 2014 in Rye, NH. She was […]

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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 […]

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Please welcome the first new patient of 2014!


On April 30th 2014  around 1pm,  Seacoast Science Center staff arrived with our first new patient of 2014! “Belmont” is a harbor seal pup that was found at Seabrook Hampton Harbor in New Hampshire. The pup is probably only a day old because it still has it’s umbilicus attached and has not yet shed it’s […]

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