Marine Mammal Stranding Center
A young minke whale washed up on a Delaware Bay beach in Cape May County, NJ over the weekend and officials were unable to save it.
There’s a chubby little visitor along the Rancocas Creek in Burlington County, New Jersey these days. And while the harbor seal may be cute, you’d best keep your distance.
Th director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center says that for the most part, these seals are not in trouble. But they could be dangerous if provoked.
An eight-month-old seal being cared for at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine leaves Sunday for its new home.
What looks to be a Great White Shark was spotted off the coast of the South Jersey shore.
After Memorial Day weekend, Sea Isle City doesn’t waste any time in getting the summer fun started. On Saturday, May 31st the Craft Beer and Rock Festival returns for a second year.
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center says a small dead whale, believed to be a minke whale, washed ashore near the Center Pier off of Martin Luther King Boulevard and the beach.
Seals are seeking warmth like the rest of us — and CBS 3’s Carol Erickson has more on the reason why.
New Jersey is stepping up its efforts to find out what is behind the recent rash of dolphin deaths at the shore.
For more information on the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, call (609) 266-0538.
Six more dolphins have been found dead on New Jersey beaches in recent days, bringing the total to 52 since July 9.
When you see a dolphin in trouble your initial instinct might be to try and help. Don’t!
Over the last month two dozen dolphins have been found dead on New Jersey beaches — including three in Cape May County since Thursday.
Since July 9th, the carcasses of 21 dolphins have washed up, from Monmouth County to Cape May.
The animal that washed up at the mouth of the Great Egg River was an adult Pygmy Sperm Whale — at 12 feet long, not much bigger than a dolphin.