MMR Marine Mammal Rescue Centre Patient Directory

Habitat: Stickleback Pool (8)

This is a large pre-release pool that houses many patients. Animals that have already demonstrated that they can eat fish on their own are placed in a larger pool like this where they can learn how to compete for fish and socialize with other harbour seals.

# Name Species Admitted Collection Site Reason for Admission
PV2126 Can Can Harbour Seal 2021/07/05 Mayne Island Underweight; Wounds; Dehydrated 1 2 in care
PV2116 Cha Cha Harbour Seal 2021/06/25 Mill Bay Maternal separation 1 1 in care
PV2115 Jerry Harbour Seal 2021/06/24 Boundary Bay Maternal separation 2 2 in care
PV2107 Scrambled Egg Harbour Seal 2021/06/11 White Rock Maternal separation 3 7 in care
PV2106 Steven Herbert Harbour Seal 2021/06/10 Camp Jubilee, Deep Cove Maternal separation 1 3 in care
PV2105 Cauliflower Jack Harbour Seal 2021/06/07 Fanny Bay Marine mammal disturbance; Wounds 1 6 in care
PV2104 Popcorn Harbour Seal 2021/06/05 Lions Bay Maternal separation; Underweight 1 8 in care
PV2103 Hedwig Harbour Seal 2021/05/29 Royal Vancouver Yacht Club Maternal separation 4 11 in care