Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 22, 2019

Pilot Whales in Georgia Are Saved From Being Beached

The New York Times reported 

After a pod of whales washed up on the shores of St. Simons Island, dozens of beachgoers raced to push them out to sea.

In all, nearly 50 whales swam into shallow waters and as many as six caught in the surf were pushed back successfully, according to a spokesman at the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division, part of the state’s Department of Natural Resources and one of the first organizations that arrived on the scene to help with the rescue.

Read story at Pilot Whales in Georgia Are Saved From Being Beached – The New York Times


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