MMR Marine Mammal Rescue Centre Patient Directory

Habitat: Orca Pool (13)

This is a pool designed to accommodate cetaceans, e. g. harbour porpoise. It is also used as the largest pre-release pool, holding 160,000 litres of water. When used for harbour seal pups, those who have made it this far will soon be released. They have already demonstrated that they can eat fish on their own and compete with others. They are probably already tagged as well. Now they only need to gain a little bit of weight.

# Name Species Admitted Collection Site Reason for Admission
PV2038 Buster Harbour Seal 2020/07/23 Locarno Maternal separation 4 4 in care
PV2036 Buddy (Dinghy) Harbour Seal 2020/07/21 Galiano Island Maternal separation 3 1 in care
PV2034 Cleopatra (Catamaran) Harbour Seal 2020/07/19 Saturna Island Maternal separation; Underweight 3 4 in care
PV2029 Floyd Harbour Seal 2020/07/17 Boundary Bay Maternal separation; Dehydrated; Underweight 4 4 in care
PV2028 Wilder (Kayak) Harbour Seal 2020/07/16 Mayne Island Underweight; Eye injury; Dehydrated 3 1 in care
PV2026 Kitchi Harbour Seal 2020/07/15 Kitsilano Beach Maternal separation; Marine mammal disturbance 5 2 in care
PV2025 Biggs (Magic Carpet) Harbour Seal 2020/07/14 Mayne Island Dehydrated; Emaciated 3 2 in care
PV2024 Ernie Harbour Seal 2020/07/13 Boundary Bay Maternal separation 4 3 in care
PV2022 Zenon Samuel Harbour Seal 2020/07/11 Port McNeill Marine mammal disturbance; Underweight 5 3 in care
PV2020 Chantel Harbour Seal 2020/07/10 Tsawassen Ferry Terminal Maternal separation; Eye injury 3 3 in care
PV2011 Loomster Harbour Seal 2020/06/29 White Rock Emaciated; Marine mammal disturbance 5 7 in care
PV2009 MWP Harbour Seal 2020/06/26 Port Mellon, BC Maternal separation 5 5 in care
PV2005 Lisa Harbour Seal 2020/06/17 Sooke Maternal separation; Dehydrated; Facial injuries 5 8 in care