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Alaska Marine Mammal Stranding Network 24-hour Hotline

Protected Resources Division
Office: (877) 925-7773

Alaska Marine Mammal Stranding Network 24-hour Hotline

How to Report a Stranding

Please let us know if you see injured, entangled or dead whales, seals or sea lions in the water or on the beach. The most important information to collect is the date, location of stranding (including latitude and longitude), number of animals, and species. Take pictures from different angles if you are able. Please don't move or touch the animal.

Contact Information

NOTE: If the stranded animal is a walrus, sea otter, or polar bear, call the Marine Mammals Management Office of the US Fish and Wildlife Service in Anchorage (800) 362-5148 FREE, business hours, or the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward (888)-774-7325, 24-hrs.