Center for Wildlife Studies’ “Wild Maine” series Continues at Camden Public Library with Marine Mammal Stranding Response in Northeastern Maine

The Center for Wildlife Studies “Wild Maine” series, in partnership with the Camden Public Library, is set to continue with a presentation at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, by Rosemary Seton.

Seton is the marine mammal stranding coordinator at Allied Whale, the marine mammal lab at College of the Atlantic.

Rosemary Seton Submitted photo

This a hybrid event will take place in person in the Picker Room at Camden Public Library, 55 Main St., as well as on Zoom.

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Seton will talk about marine mammal stranding response from Rockland to Calais. She will also discuss the various marine mammal species seen here and what to do when people spot a seal ashore. With harbor seal pupping time fast approaching, the pups will soon be making their appearance on beaches and boulders.

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