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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 -

West Coast Marine Mammal Stranding Network Publications

The West Coast Marine Mammal Stranding Network literature references for 2005-2018 are provided below. Literature links are available in some cases which are highlighted in blue in the reference.

2019 John H. Prescott Marine Mammal Rescue Assistance Grant Awardees Announced

NOAA awards almost $4 million to stranding network partners in 18 states…
September 26, 2019 - Feature Story ,
Harbor seal is released onto beach

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…

Another Three Gray Whales are Found Dead, Bringing the Total in Alaska to Ten

NOAA Fisheries Alaska Region has received reports of three additional dead…
06/21/2019 - Media Release ,
A dead gray whale found near Wrangell, Alaska. Taken 6/17/2019. Credit: Ceona Koch

Young Gray Whale Found Dead at Clam Gulch in Alaska

NOAA Fisheries confirms fourth dead gray whale in Alaska
06/21/2019 - Media Release ,
Dead gray whale at Clam Gulch, on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska. Photo: Tim Clark, May 25, 2019

Dead Gray Whale Found on Kodiak Island, Alaska's Third

NOAA Fisheries is closely tracking increase in gray whale strandings along…
06/21/2019 - Media Release ,
Dead gray whale on Kodiak Island. Photo courtesy Kris Luckenbach, May 21, 2019

Another Dead Gray Whale Discovered in Alaska, This Time Near Cordova

Partial Necropsy performed with help from U.S. Coast Guard
06/21/2019 - Media Release ,
3000x2000 USCG aerial necropsy.jpg Aerial photo of necropsy team examining gray whale.

NOAA Reports Second Dead Large Whale in Turnagain Arm

For Safety Reasons, NOAA Cautions Against Public Approaching Whale by Land…
May 15, 2019 - Feature Story ,
Photo courtesy of Hunter Keffalos NOAA Fisheries is monitoring the location of a dead gray whale in Turnagain Arm