How You Can Help the Stranded Marine Life on NJ Beaches
Have you ever come across a creature from the sea, on the beach? Often, we find people surrounding, taking pictures, videos and selfies to document the rare occurrence. But if you were put in the situation to save the animal's life, would you know how to do it?
Good news! The Salem County Nature Club will hold its monthly meeting tonight (May 9th) at 7 p.m. in the Alloway Township Municipal Building.
This month's featured speaker is Sarah Miele from the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine.
We had recently mentioned the Marine mammal Stranding Center in regards to the influx of seals we've been seeing on our NJ beaches. In which case, the topic of Sarah's program at tonight's meeting will be "Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles of New Jersey."
Sarah will speak about the marine life that swim in area waters, along with the dangers they face in their everyday lives. She'll explain why these water loving creatures get stranded and how YOU can help them in their time of need.
For more information about the meeting and the Nature Club, contact Marilyn at 856-935-2384 or email Salemcountynatureclub@gmail.com
Together, we can keep our sea animals safe and our beaches animal-free, just in time for summer!
If you know someone who is spreading a little extra dose of good, like Sarah, or someone who is in need, send us a message on our Facebook page! #DailyDoseofGood
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