This weather is so brutal man….I have like 10 inches (fluffy snow) I’ll bet already on my balcony, but we need some serious help off Nova Scotia….

EMERGENCY! Location: Cape Ray Newfoundland, Canada (near the light house, you need to walk off the road to see them)

40 white beak dolphins are STRANDED. The ice pushed them in. The Newfoundland government will not help this pod out to sea due to the ice. We need your HELP to urge the government… and SW rescue ( I am sorry to have to suggest calling them, but they brag about their rescue success so here is a time for them to step up to the plate! )

These are the most important numbers to call at this time!!

SW RESCUE– 1-(800) 541-SEAL (7325)

Wildlife and fisheries
1-800-563-6181
(709) 729-2664

MARINE WILDLIFE EMERGENCY
709-772-2083

STRANDING
1-888-895-3003

Marine Animal Response Society
Nova Scotia
866-567-6277

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Other numbers who can help the situation!

Stop poaching ( clearly not poaching, but its government )

1.877.820.0999

Newfoundland Fisheries

(Corner brook which is closest to the area )709-637-4308

709-292-5161
709-772-5045

Marine Mammal Research Group
British Columbia
800-665-5939

Marine Mammal Stranding Hotline
British Columbia
800-465-4336

Marine Mammal Rehabilitation
British Columbia
604-862-1647

Quebec Marine Mammal Emergency Response Network
Tadoussac, Québec
Hotline: 1-877-722-5346 or 1-877-7BALEINE

Vancouver Aquarium
British Columbia
604-258-7325

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