MMR Marine Mammal Rescue Centre Patient Directory

Habitat: Stickleback Pool (9)

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.

#NameSpeciesAdmittedCollection SiteReason for Admission
PV1988 ZebraHarbour Seal2019/08/08Wise IslandUnderweight; Maternal separation 2 in care
PV1970 CaribooHarbour Seal2019/07/31Mayne IslandMaternal separation 2 in care
PV1964 Airapaima GrandeHarbour Seal2019/07/29Willis PointMaternal separation 2 1 in care
PV1960 MegalodonnaHarbour Seal2019/07/29Jericho beach, VancouverMaternal separation; Lethargic 2 in care
PV1954 Keanu ReefsHarbour Seal2019/07/25Thormanby Islands (Powell River)Wounds; Maternal separation; Underweight 2 1 in care
PV1949 Prawn LegendHarbour Seal2019/07/23Campbell RiverMaternal separation 2 in care
PV1943 MeerkatHarbour Seal2019/07/21Hornby IslandMaternal separation; Lethargic 4 in care
PV1939 Shell-en DeGeneresHarbour Seal2019/07/20McNeill BayMarine mammal disturbance 3 2 in care
PV1929 Bill Fry the Science GuyHarbour Seal2019/07/15CroftonMaternal separation; Emaciated 5 in care