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We are especially interested in reports of harbor porpoises in San Francisco Bay north of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge or south of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
We would also like reports of bottlenose dolphins from Half Moon Bay north, and if you can take photos of their dorsal fins, we may be able to match a known individual to our catalog.
If you spot a whale anywhere in San Francisco Bay, we'd like to hear about it.
Remember, if you see a marine mammal that appears sick or injured, call The Marine Mammal Center's Stranding Hotline: (415) 289-7325.
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Remember, if you see a marine mammal that appears sick or injured, call The Marine Mammal Center's Stranding Hotline at (415) 289-7325 so that we can respond immediately. The email form below is for reporting whales or dolphins spotted alive in the water.
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