Tag: Sealife

ASLC publishes beluga rehabilitation report

Researchers at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward have published their experiences in the care of two beluga calves in the journal Polar Research, a report that includes the successful rehabilitation of a young whale named Tyonek.

Rescued sea otter pup swimming on his own

A male northern sea otter pup found unresponsive at Bishop’s Beach in Homer on New Year’s Day is now swimming and grooming on his...

Three join the board of Alaska SeaLife Center

Alaska SeaLife Center officials have announced the addition of three new members to serve three-year terms on their board of directors, bringing the total...

Stranded beluga whale calf rescued

Alaska SeaLife Center staff at Seward guide the two-to-four-week-old male Cook Inlet beluga calf in his new environment. The calf found stranded near Trading...

19th annual 5K benefits ASLC

Distressed wildlife will be the beneficiaries of the Alaska SeaLife Center’s 19th annual 5K wildlife rescue run and walk on Saturday, July 29 in...

Staff stands in for pup’s mom to provide around the clock...

A sea otter brought from Cordova to the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward as a tiny pup on March 18 is now thriving, with...

Stuart, Lindskoog elected to lead SeaLife Center

Attorney Ryan Stuart, and Alaska Railroad Corp. executive Wendy Lindskoog, both of Anchorage, have been elected as chair and vice chair respectively of the...

Sealife Center planned Cordova seal pup release

The Alaska SeaLife Center announced the release of a female Pacific harbor seal pup set for Thursday in Cordova. The pup – named Qiteq...
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