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Marine Mammal Health and Stranding Response Program Results

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Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Summary

Annual summaries of strandings of cetaceans (whales) and pinnipeds (seals…
January 27, 2020 - Other Reports ,

Cook Inlet & Kodiak Marine Mammal Disaster Response Guidelines and Appendices

The Cook Inlet and Kodiak Marine Mammal Disaster Response Guidelines …
November 08, 2019 - Policy and Guidance ,

Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Network Newsletters

Bi-annual newsletter summarizing marine mammal strandings, unusual…
November 04, 2019 - Other Reports ,

2020 Prescott Grant Proposals Received

NOAA Fisheries received 57 eligible proposals for the FY 2020 competition. These proposals are under review and final decisions will be made in summer 2020.

U.S. Whale Entanglement Response Level 1 - Alaska Region First Responder Training

Level 1 First Responder training to prepare recreational and commercial…
October 02, 2019 -
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Diseased Ice Seals

Unusual Mortality Events for ice seals in the Bering and Chukchi Seas

2018–2019 Ice Seal Unusual Mortality Event in Alaska

Since June 1, 2018, elevated ice seal strandings have occurred in the Bering and Chukchi seas in Alaska. This event has been declared an Unusual Mortality Event (UME).

Deterring Steller Sea Lions in Alaska

Learn what can be done to deter nuisance Steller sea lions in Alaska.

Marine Mammal Entanglement in the Greater Atlantic Region

Please call our 24-hour stranding hotline at (866) 755-6622 if you see injured or entangled live or dead whales in the water or on the shore.

Greater Atlantic Marine Mammal Stranding Network

A stranded animal is one that is dead on the beach or in the water, one that is alive on land and unable to return to the water and/or in need of medical attention, or a live animal in the water that is unable to return to its natural habitat under its…