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First capture and tagging of adult gray seals in U.S. waters

On June 13th 2013, the first capture and tagging of adult and sub-adult gray seals occurred on Cape Cod, MA. Dr. Gordon Waring, head of the seal research program at the Woods Hole Laboratory of NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC), served as...
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Mr. T. Duck Island, Isles of Shoals, Maine

Five years ago, Andrea Bogomolni began the Shoals Marine Lab Seal Population Survey Project. As the catalog of individual seals increases, multiple individual seals over several days, months and years have been re-sighted. One adult male gray seal, “Mr.T,”...
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About MAIN

We’ll need a concise statement here about what MAIN is. The existing page doesn’t really say it. I’m thinking we should say that the NASRC saw a need for more data, and created a site and database to encourage more citizen participation to help, as well as coordinating the efforts of several agencies to move it forward. What do you think? MORE

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