Marine Mammal Center
A sea lion that was stuck in the mud in an East Palo Alto creek and was rescued Thursday night is in critical but stable condition.
A sea lion found stuck in mud in an East Palo Alto creek was rescued Thursday night with the help of volunteers and a local towing company, a Marine Mammal Center spokeswoman said Friday.
The California sea lion, dubbed King Neptune, was put down after tests determined that his condition had deteriorated significantly, officials with the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito said.
A sea lion rescued from the Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf last week is recovering in Sausalito from an apparent gunshot wound.
Two sea lions were set to be released into the ocean Thursday afternoon after being nursed back to health by rescuers at the Marine Mammal Center in the Marin Headlands.
Marine mammal rescuers are asking for the public’s help in spotting two sea lions that became entangled in ocean trash and eluded several attempts at capture.
The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito is celebrating its 10,000th sea lion rescue by asking the public to help name the milestone patient.
Two blind sea lions saved from certain death in the wild are made their public debut at the San Francisco Zoo, including one that had been shot in the face.
A sea lion discovered with a gunshot wound to the face on a Sausalito beach has found a home at the San Francisco Zoo.
A sea lion found shot in the head late last year, causing him to completely lose his vision, is keeping staff and volunteers on their toes as a more permanent home is being sought, a Marine Mammal Center spokesman said.