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A Steller Release
Orphaned Steller sea lion pup Leo is released near Ocean Shores, Washington, after five months of care at The Marine Mammal Center.
Percevero Goes Home
Starving and desperate for food, this sea lion wandered inland and was rescued in a very unusual place. Now he is back in the ocean where he belongs. Support our Dollar-a-Pound campaign to send more sea lion pups home.
Camp Sea Quest
Looking for a summer adventure for your 1st-6th graders? Sea Quest Campers will engage in hands-on science behind the scenes at the Center, examine the anatomy of marine mammals and explore the Marin Headlands.
Migrate Much?
Join us on April 26 for Marine Science Sunday! This month we take a look at the Magnificent Migrations of marine mammals such as the gray whale, the sperm whale, and the blue whale. A fun and educational program for kids and grownups alike!
<![CDATA[./assets/flash/images/slide89.jpg]]> <![CDATA[Gray Whales in the Klamath River!]]> <![CDATA[The Marine Mammal Center joins a multi-agency effort to help a mother Gray whale and her calf return to the ocean.]]> <![CDATA[Read!]]> <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[./assets/flash/images/slide90.jpg]]> <![CDATA[Meet Our 10,000th Sea Lion Patient!]]> <![CDATA[This little guy is now under our care but doesn't have a name. We're reserving that for you to decide! Read his story and find out how you can give him a name!> <![CDATA[More!]]> <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[./assets/flash/images/slide86.jpg]]> <![CDATA[Step Inside a Jellyfish!]]> <![CDATA[See this and 14 other colossal sculptures made from ocean trash at the Washed Ashore: Plastics, Sea Life and Art exhibit at The Marine Mammal Center now through October 15!]]> <![CDATA[Details!]]> <![CDATA[]]>
Summer Camp

Camp Sea Quest is for curious kids!

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Camp Sea Quest
40 Years!

Thank you to PG&E, our presenting sponsor!

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40th Anniversary Celebration
Adopt a Seal

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