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Women's History Month: Talking with Angela Silva

Celebrating Women’s History Month with social scientist Angela Silva—her science journey, what she loves about her job, what advice she has for the next generation of women scientists, and more!
March 21, 2024 - Feature Story ,
Angela Silva poses in front of a water body filled with boats.

Recent Prescott Grants Supporting Seal and Sea Lion Conservation Partners

Our marine mammal network partners leverage the Prescott Grant Program's competitive grants to improve their stranding response and investigation capabilities for pinniped conservation.
March 21, 2024 - Feature Story ,
Spotted, gray harp seal on sandy shore moving towards the ocean water. "Seuss," a juvenile harp seal, was released on Blue Shutters Beach, Rhode Island, following successful rehabilitation at Mystic Aquarium. Credit: Mystic Aquarium

Friends of Hood Pond: How Partnerships Build Community

Wildlife, fish passage, and communities are strengthened through partnerships and restoration efforts in Topsfield, Massachusetts.
March 19, 2024 - Feature Story ,
Hood pond surrounded by trees. Hood Pond in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Credit: Jim MacDougall

Hawaiian Monk Seal Pupping Season

The Hawaiian monk seal pupping season has started! NOAA Fisheries experts in the Pacific Islands work with partners to protect the pups during this critical time.
March 14, 2024 - Podcast ,
A Hawaiian monk seal pup lays in the sand A young, female Hawaiian monk seal pup, identified as "PM6," lying in the sand at Kalaupapa, Molokai in 2017. This is the fourth pup of mom "RI25." Credit: NOAA/Tracy Mercer (Permit #16632-02).

Closure of 2019–2023 Eastern North Pacific Gray Whale Unusual Mortality Event

The Unusual Mortality Event involving stranded eastern North Pacific gray whales has ended.
March 14, 2024 - Feature Story ,
People on a beach performing a necropsy on a stranded gray whale

Meet Research Ecologist, Skyler Rose Sagarese

As part of the Faces of the Southeast Fisheries Science Center series, meet Dr. Skyler Sagarese.
March 14, 2024 - Feature Story ,
A young man and woman smiling Skyler and her husband Matthew enjoying some New Zealand birdwatching following a work conference. Photo courtesy of Skyler Sagarese.