Care for the Harbor Seals and all wildlife in need

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This is Moonglow, a Harbor Seal pup. Moonglow was found alone on a busy shore near the campsites of Jones Island State Park. The Marine Mammal Stranding Network for San Juan watched her to see if she would be reunited with her mother. It became clear that she was separated due to human activity and needed assistance to survive. When she arrived at Wolf Hollow, the staff determined she was just a few days old.

Moonglow was thin and dehydrated. She suffered from small puncture wounds on her face and an infected umbilicus. Although vulnerable, she was alert and vocal – making loud "boo" noises! She was placed in Wolf Hollow's seal pup nursery and given a high-fat formula specially designed to help her gain weight. The seal program is one of the most expensive, as the special formula, fish, and pool filtration system all add up

Over two months in care at Wolf Hollow, Moonglow grew stronger. Her wounds slowly healed completely. She grew larger and very healthy. When she was ready, she was to return to the Salish Sea.

Thank you for caring for seals! Thank you for your donation!

Since 1983, Wolf Hollow has treated more than 20,200 injured and orphaned wild animals.

As we celebrate our 40th year, your donation will help Wolf Hollow continue our mission to promote the well-being of wildlife and their habitats through rehabilitation, public education, and non-invasive research.

Please note: Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center does not sell or share donor information with other organizations.

Your donation is 100% tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Tax ID 91-1265913