Assisting animals entangled in marine debris, victims of ship strikes, and stranded or injured animals on or near shore
Wildlife rehabilitation helps us monitor environmental and human health while saving endangered species. It also provides direct benefit to the welfare of individual animals.
Building scientific understanding and training future generations to protect, restore and conserve our region's unique ecosystems while improving human community health
A DEDICATED TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS AND PARTNERS
COMMUNITY SUPPORT IS CRITICAL TO SAVING SEALIFE
PLEASE GET INVOLVED!
Do you think you're punny? Not punny, but love a good laugh? Come out to our Pun-Slam fundraiser!
Interested in learning more about marine mammals?
Join this special session of the annual meeting of the Washington chapter of the Wildlife Society and the Society for NW Vertebrate Biology!