Riverhead Foundation Rebrands Becoming New York Marine Rescue Center - 27 East

Riverhead Foundation Rebrands Becoming New York Marine Rescue Center

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A sea turtle release of two turtles rehabiliated by NYMRC, fomerly The Riverhead Foundation.

A sea turtle release of two turtles rehabiliated by NYMRC, fomerly The Riverhead Foundation.

The new logo of the New York Marine Rescue Center.

The new logo of the New York Marine Rescue Center.

Maxine Montello, Rescue Program Director, shows the current system for reading x-rays. Left is a turtles x-ray and right is a seal x-ray.

Maxine Montello, Rescue Program Director, shows the current system for reading x-rays. Left is a turtles x-ray and right is a seal x-ray.

Maxine Montello shows the crash kits for all animals treated by NYMRC and the taging kits for the sea turtles that will be released on August 9.

Maxine Montello shows the crash kits for all animals treated by NYMRC and the taging kits for the sea turtles that will be released on August 9.

Maxine Montello shows the tracker that will be attached to the shell of 5 of the turtles released this summer. The center hopes to be able to livestream the turtles movements in the future.

Maxine Montello shows the tracker that will be attached to the shell of 5 of the turtles released this summer. The center hopes to be able to livestream the turtles movements in the future.

Tarragon, a Kemps Ridley sea turtle enjoy swimming up to visitors.

Tarragon, a Kemps Ridley sea turtle enjoy swimming up to visitors.

Dill, a Atlantic Green sea turtle ate his daily

Dill, a Atlantic Green sea turtle ate his daily "greens" since Green sea turtles transistion from omniove, both plant and meat eaters to full herbivores, only plant eaters, as they enter adulthood.

authorStaff Writer on Jul 31, 2019
The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research is changing its name and logo, annnouncing on July 3 that it is now the New York Marine Rescue Center. The changes are effective... more

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