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Chris Eannucci, Townsquare Media
Chris Eannucci, Townsquare Media
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Dead dolphin washes up in Spring Lake

The Marine Mammal Stranding Center said it is not uncommon for dolphins to be in our area this time of year and to have a few die and wash up on our shores.

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Peregrine falcon in Jersey City
Peregrine falcon in Jersey City (Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey)
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These wildlife species could disappear from New Jersey

The lives of more than 80 wildlife species in New Jersey are either in immediate danger or close to it.

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(Courtesy of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center)
(Courtesy of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center)
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What to do if you see a stranded seal at the Jersey Shore

Jersey beaches have been seeing their share of seals and seal pups in the past month. Unfortunately, some of the young show up with injuries.

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A 40 pound female harbor seal is the only current tenant at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine
A 40 pound female harbor seal is the only current tenant at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine
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A mild winter means fewer seal rescues at the Jersey Shore

Thanks to a mild New Jersey winter so far, The Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine has seen fewer beached seals along the coast.

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ThinkStock
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Fewer incidents of beached mammals in NJ this season

If you do see a stranded mammal, don't touch it, and contact the local police department.

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(Courtesy of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center)
(Courtesy of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center)
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When will seals migrate to New Jersey?

The unseasonably warm start to winter has delayed the arrival of some annual visitors to the Garden State.

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(Courtesy of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center)
(Courtesy of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center)
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These seals, rescued in NJ, need your help (PHOTOS)

This is the time of year when injured or sick seals start showing up in New Jersey waters and on our beaches. It’s also when the Marine Mammal Stranding Center comes in to save the day.

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Flickr User Mark Lee
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Dolphin Deaths Continue Along NJ Coast [AUDIO]

The summer season may be over in New Jersey, but the dolphin deaths are not. Nearly 150 have washed onto New Jersey beaches since early July.

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Marine Mammal Stranding Center Faces Budget Concerns [AUDIO]

The Brigantine-based Marine Mammal Stranding Center is dealing with financial hurdles after an unusually busy summer.

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A dolphin that washed up onto a beach in Wildwood Crest on Thursday.
A dolphin that washed up onto a beach in Wildwood Crest on Thursday. (Marine Mammal Stranding Center via Facebook)
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Stranding Center Deals with Costs of Dolphin Deaths [AUDIO]

With 64 dolphins washing up ashore this summer, the non-profit organization responsible for the study of these animals is facing additional financial burdens.

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