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NY Marine Rescue Center
Our mission is to preserve and protect our marine environment through conservation efforts including education, rehabilitation, and research. 🌎🌊♻️
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 22
Today marks the last day of the New York Marine Rescue Center's FLOAT Campaign. This was a great experience and we are thankful for all who contributed towards supporting the rehabilitation of seals and sea turtles! 🌊
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 20
The New York Marine Rescue Center is featured as a contributing author for Oceana’s Plastic Report, “The Plastics Crisis Unfolding in Our Oceans.” Be sure to give this article a close read here: 🌊
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 16
We are kicking off our FLOAT campaign today, November 16th at 11 AM! This campaign ends 11/23 at 11 AM. Don’t miss out on NYMRC’s fin-tastic designs. To purchase apparel, please visit 🐢🌊
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 8
10 years ago today Chestnut was found by a local beach walker near Zach’s Bay at Jones Beach State Park. Chestnut is an Atlantic green sea turtle who stranded due to ‘cold-stunning’, as well as a boat strike to her carapace. Learn about the NYMRC’s adoption program to help today!
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 7
With the holidays approaching, the New York Marine Rescue Center would like to announce a special offer with Christmas House Long Island. 🎄 For anyone that purchases tickets using the code “NYMRC” will get a discounted ticket and 20% of the proceed will be donated to us!
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 6
Congratulations to all our 5K Runners! Thank you everyone who participated in our 5K Run for the Ridley!! 🐢🐢🐢
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NOAA Fisheries NE/MA Nov 5
As water temps drop, sea turtles in New England sometimes become hypothermic or cold-stunned. Keep a look out for these turtles on our beaches and report them! Trained responders are standing by.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 5
Prepare for 2021 by purchasing one of the New York Marine Rescue Center’s 2021 Calendars! All contributions go towards rehabilitating sick or injured marine mammals and sea turtles. To find out more information visit our website at 🌊
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 4
This Saturday, the NY Marine Rescue Center will be holding a Cold Stun Sea Turtle Webinar in conjunction with . This Cold Stun Lecture will take place from 1:00-2:00 pm, to learn further information visit here: . 🌊 🌊
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NY Marine Rescue Center Nov 1
Join the NY Marine Rescue Center for a beach clean up this Sunday, November 8th. Our beach clean up for Cedar Beach is already full, but we still have spots to sign up for Tiana Beach! 🌊 This will take place from 10:00am-12pm, sign up here:
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NY Marine Rescue Center Oct 30
We want to thank Rehn Maresco and Land Use Ecological Services, Inc. for being an Olive Ridley sponsor in honor of this year's 23rd 5K Run for the Ridley. The NYMRC greatly appreciates your support for helping the rehabilitation of sea turtles! 🌊🐢
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NY Marine Rescue Center Oct 29
For this year’s 5K Run for the Ridley, we would like to thank our Hawksbill sponsors Gallagher Insurance sales, Kolb Service Corp, The Meyers Law Group, P.C., , and 🌊🌊🐢
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NY Marine Rescue Center Oct 28
The New York Marine Rescue Center would like to thank our Loggerhead Sponsors Antech, Haugland Group, and Protegrity Advisors for this year's 23rd Annual Run for the Ridley! 🐢🌊
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NY Marine Rescue Center Oct 20
The NYMRC is excited to announce that we have extended our 5K Run for the Ridley. We are so close to our goal--help us reach that goal by registering, running and logging your time by Saturday, October 31st.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Oct 14
Pre-order the NYMRC 2021 Calendar today. All orders will ship by mid-December, so stock up for the holidays.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Oct 14
The NYMRC VIRTUAL 5K Run for the Ridley ends on Saturday, 10/17. Please make sure that if you registered for the 5K that you have logged your time by Saturday, 10/17. For those interested in participating, you can sign up until Saturday, 10/17.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Sep 14
The NYMRC 5K Run for the Ridley starts on October 1st, which is only 2 1/2 weeks away! Register now to participate in our first ever VIRTUAL 5K.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Sep 9
5K Run for the Ridley VIRTUAL EVENT 23rd Annual Run to Help Save the Sea Turtles will be run virtually this year. Anytime, any place, October 1-31, 2020 To benefit The New York Marine Rescue Center. Register Today!!
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NY Marine Rescue Center Sep 8
September is International Coastal Clean-up Month! This month, NYMRC will be hosting a beach cleanup on Saturday 9/26 at Reeves Beach in Riverhead. You can join us by registering through the events page on our website and check back for other dates and upcoming events!
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NY Marine Rescue Center Sep 2
Marine debris can be a huge problem for marine life. Objects that are not properly discarded can end up in oceans and become fatal to many animals. From February - June, we received calls about 9 seals entanglements. Making up over a quarter of the seals processed in 2020!
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