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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 Jul 29
Are you looking for a unique gift? Adopt a sea turtle or marine mammal for the next birthday or celebration. Log onto . All packages come with a photo and bio of the adopted animal as well as a certificate of adoption.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jul 15
Help us say goodbye to the last seal in our facility. Join us tomorrow on Facebook Live at 10:30 am when we release Marsala.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jul 14
Join us tomorrow at 10:45 am via Facebook Live to see the NYMRC team release 8 sea turtles!!
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 17
Looking for a unique gift? Each adoption kit comes with a personalized certificate of adoption, photos and a bio of the sea turtle or marine mammal, and literature about the NYMRC. Packages range from $35 - $100.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 11
Don't forget to tune into Facebook Live TODAY at 10:30 am to see the team at NYMRC release Pomodoro.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 10
Join us tomorrow, June 11th at 10:30 am, on Facebook to see the staff at NYMRC release Pomodoro.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 7
NY5852-19 “ Linguine” a juvenile Kemp’s ridley sea turtle that stranded on 12/7/2019 found near Bailey’s Beach with one of the lowest internal temperature observed all season of 2.3 C. Linguine was the final turtle of the 8 released on 6/2/2020.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 7
NY5851-19 “Fettuccini” a juvenile Kemp’s ridley sea turtle that stranded on 12/5/2019 Found at Old Field Beach with an internal temperature of 6.9 C and admitted immediately for rehabilitation. After 6 months of rehabilitation, was deemed healthy and was released on 6/2/20.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 6
NY5823-19 “Macaroni” juvenile Kemp’s ridley sea turtle that stranded on 11/25/2019 Macaroni was found at Long Beach in Sag Harbor. Upon admit, Macaroni had an internal temperature of 9.9 C and was missing a small portion of its front right flipper. Macaroni was released 6/2/20.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 6
NY5816-19 “Vermicelli” juvenile Kemp’s ridley sea turtle that stranded on 11/21/19. Vermicelli was found at Long Beach in Sag Harbor with 5 other cold stunned sea turtles stranded along the same beach. Vermicelli was cleared by our senior veterinarian and released on 6/2/20.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 5
NY5802-19 “Cellentani” juvenile Atlantic green sea turtle that also stranded on 11/18/2019 of our 2019 cold stun season. Cellentani was found at Iron Pier Beach in Northville. Cellentani was realeased on 6/2/2020.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 5
NY5798-19 “Rotini” juvenile Atlantic green sea turtle stranded on 11/18/2019. Rotini was found at Meschutt Beach in Hampton Bays. Recently, Rotini was cleared by our senior veterinarian and was released with 3 of its tanks mates on 6/2/2020.
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NY Marine Rescue Center Jun 3
Yesterday we worked with partners at Marine Life Center, Fly Too, Fisheries Service and Sea Turtle Center to transport 11 sea turtles. Sea turtles were flown to Jekyll Island, GA for release, which included 8 of our 2019 cold stun sea turtles.
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NY Marine Rescue Center May 25
Happy Memorial Day! If you are spending the day on the beach and come across a seal, please make sure to keep your distance--at least 150 feet. If you see a seal and think they may be sick or injured, please call our hotline at 631-369-9829.
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NY Marine Rescue Center May 22
Intern Highlight--Stephanie Head over to our Facebook or Instagram to learn more about Stephanie, one of our spring interns.
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NY Marine Rescue Center May 21
Intern Highlight--Stephanie Head over to our Facebook or Instagram to learn more about Stephanie, one of our spring interns.
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NY Marine Rescue Center May 20
Intern Highlight--Josh Head over to our Facebook or Instagram to learn more about Josh, one of our spring interns.
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NY Marine Rescue Center May 19
Intern Highlight--Stephanie Head over to our Facebook or Instagram to learn more about Stephanie, one of our spring interns.
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NY Marine Rescue Center May 18
Over the next few days we will be recognizing our spring interns, whose semester was unfortunately cut short due to COVID-19. We truly appreciate their support, dedication to the mission and incredible work ethic while they were a part of the team.
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NY Marine Rescue Center May 13
Check out our Facebook page for a new seal naming poll! This male grey seal pup was found on May 5th at Bathing Corporation in Southampton. He is being treated for lacerations on his neck due to an entanglement.
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