Rescued Seals live in Laguna BeachIf you live in Laguna Beach, you’ve probably seen news stories about seals, sea lions and whales stranded on the beach. Have you ever wondered where they went when they were stranded due to sickness? Many of them come to find a home in Laguna Beach!

That's right, the Pacific Marine Mammal Center cares for and rehabilitates elephant seals, Pacific harbor seals, and California sea lions, and it’s in Laguna Beach! Located at 20612 Laguna Canyon Road, PMMC is hosting an open house on Sunday, April 29th from 4 to 6 p.m. Take advantage of this opportunity to tour the facility and meet the staff and Board of Directors! An RSVP to Lindsey at 949.494.3050 is appreciated, if you will be attending

On other occasions, the Pacific Marine Mammal Center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free and donations are encouraged. February was an especially busy month for rescuing marine mammals, so there are lots of these fascinating creatures to see. What a great family outing for residents of Laguna Beach!

PMMC has many volunteer opportunities, too, and you can also support PMMC by becoming a member. Annual memberships start at $25. For more information about the good work PMMC does in Laguna Beach, as well as their upcoming Marine Mammal Cabaret, and current needs, please visit PMMC online.