The Center for Wildlife Studies “Wild Maine” Series, in partnership with the Camden Public Library, continues in April with a presentation by Rosemary Seton, Marine Mammal Stranding Coordinator at Allied Whale on the marine mammal stranding response in northeastern Maine. The presentation has been postponed to May 2nd at 6:30 PM.
This is a hybrid event and will take place in person in the Picker Room at Camden Public Library as well as on Zoom. Use this link to register on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-8nitJDGS-GrU7BnCWmIBQ
Rosemary Seton, the Marine Mammal Stranding Coordinator at Allied Whale, the marine mammal lab at College of the Atlantic, will talk about marine mammal stranding response from Rockland to Calais. Rosie will also discuss the various marine mammal species we see here and what to do when you spot a seal ashore. Is it in distress or just resting? With harbor seal pupping time fast approaching, those delightful pups will soon be making their appearance on beaches and boulders. Rosie will discuss what to do and what not to do.