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Current Patients

     

Number of Patients on Site

This section is scheduled to be updated daily. However, please be aware that we are fielding a high number of animal reports and admission so this page may not get updated as regularly as we would like. We will do our best to maintain this information regularly and we appreciate your understanding.

Last update: 9-2-2014 Time: 9:47 a.m. For specific patient updates, please see below. For general species information; including description, range, habitat, age class chart, etc. click on the common name above the picture of the species in which you are interested.

California Sea Lion

Northern Elephant Seal

Pacific Harbor Seal

11


0


1


Northern Fur Seal

Guadalupe Fur Seal

Cetaceans/Sea Otters/Sea Turtles

 

0


0


0


Total: 12

   

Patient Update

This section is scheduled to be updated daily. Last update: 9-2-2014 Time: 9:47 a.m. If you do not see the patient you are looking for, visit our Released or Deceased page or contact stranded@tmmc.org.  Note: at this time we are experiencing a high number of patient admissions, therefore not all detailed animal information is complete in the table below. Thank you for your patience.

Admit DateNameCommon NameStranding LocationClassSexAdmit Weight (kg)Diagnosis
August 25, 2014 Fritters California Sea Lion Santa Barbara, Coral Casino Subadult Female 46.5
August 24, 2014 Wei California Sea Lion Santa Cruz Co., Pajaro Dunes (Sunset State Beach) Juvenile Male 52.5
August 23, 2014 Horatio California Sea Lion Monterey Co., Del Monte Beach Adult Female 45 domoic acid toxicity (acute)
August 14, 2014 Exclamation California Sea Lion Santa Barbara Adult Female 47.5 malnutrition
August 14, 2014 Apostrophe California Sea Lion Santa Barbara Yearling Female 13 malnutrition
August 4, 2014 Row California Sea Lion San Luis Obispo, Yearling Female 14.5 malnutrition, pneumonia, RHF wound
August 3, 2014 Early Bird California Sea Lion San Luis Obispo Co., Oceano Dunes (Post 2) Adult Female domoic acid toxicity (acute)
August 2, 2014 Spangy California Sea Lion San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay State Beach Adult Female 98 domoic acid toxicity (acute)
July 29, 2014 Hollywood California Sea Lion San Luis Obispo, Harford Pier Yearling Female 15.5 malnutrition, pneumonia, superficial wound RHF
July 28, 2014 Brave One California Sea Lion San Luis Obispo Yearling Male 15 malnutrition, pneumonia, superficial wounds, respiratory distress
July 25, 2014 Crabby California Sea Lion San Luis Obispo Co., Pismo State Beach Adult Female 84 domoic acid toxicity (acute)
April 27, 2014 Bart Pacific Harbor Seal Monterey, Fort Ord Dunes State Beach Pup Male 7.5 malnutrition, maternal separation, bacterial mydriasis, blind


 

 

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