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Adopt a Seal
Adopt a past patient to help support our work to care for current patients like Hawaiian monk seal Meleana.
Home for the Holidays
Orphaned Steller sea lion pup Leo was rescued in Washington state and transported to The Marine Mammal Center for care until he’s old enough to survive on his own.
Visit us over the Holidays!
During the Winter Holidays, from December 21-January 4, 2015 , Docent-Led Tours are available daily at 11 a.m, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Keeping Track of Our Patients
Sterling Archer is a rare Guadalupe fur seal that was treated and released by the Center earlier this year. A satellite tag on her back has helped us learn more about this elusive species.
<![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[]]>
Adopt Repo!

A great gift that helps future patients!

Adopt Repo
Learning Fun

Educational programs for pre-K through 12th grade!

Learning in the Lab
Give Love

Celebrate loved ones with a commemorative gift.

Harbor Seals kissing