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Marine Mammals

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Last Updated: 24 April 2022

Nineteen types of marine mammals, including whales, porpoises, seals, and dolphins, have been taped within the limit of Fire Island National Seashore. A variety of baleen whales might be found in New York State waters, consisting of finback, minke, Sei, Humpback, and North Atlantic right whales. Whales are evasive animals and are hard to see off the coastline of Fire Island however may be seen during summer season, spring, or fall. The group of mammals that includes whales also includes dolphins and porpoises. Throughout the springtime adult seals and pups recently discouraged from their moms can sometimes be seen relaxing on Fire Island's beaches or swimming just offshore. Common seal species include Harbor seals, harp seals, grey seals, ringed seals, and hooded seals. These animals may come ashore to molt, get warm from the sunlight, stay clear of rough waters, and even just to rest after a lengthy day of searching fish. Should you discover marine mammals on a Fire Island beach, please keep your distance.

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