Help us respond to marine mammals in need

Brianna Blunck with seal in pool

Restock our clinic!





Learn about marine mammals and our work

Marine Mammals of Maine responds to stranded marine mammals and sea turtles in southern and midcoast Maine, cares for sick, injured and abandoned seals from all over New England, studies East coast marine mammal populations, and educates about global marine mammal conservation.

Responding to stranded marine mammals

Annually, we respond to over 300 stranded seals, porpoises, dolphins, whales, and sea turtles between Kittery and Rockland, Maine.

Learn more

Caring for seals in need

We operate a one-of-a-kind triage and rehabilitation facility for seals, admitting an increasing number of patients each year.

Learn more

Monitoring marine mammal populations

From deploying satellite tags on rehabilitated seals to collecting data at seal breeding colonies, we're committed to learning more about the marine mammals in our backyard.

Education and outreach

We offer a variety of educational programs about marine mammals and ocean conservation to community groups and organizations across the state. We also participate in a wide range of outreach events.

Learn more