2014-02-28 / Nature

Photo



Young animal rights activist Martin Welych-Flanagan, who spoke on Feb. 22 at Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge on protecting seals, visited Save the Bay’s Exploration Center where a smooth dogfish shark “danced” in the touch tank for him while his father Michael and Center Director Samantha Bales look on. On a guided seal tour, he observed seals in the wild for the first time. Martin and his family, from Syracuse, N.Y., also visited Mystic Aquarium. (Photo by Jack Kelly) Young animal rights activist Martin Welych-Flanagan, who spoke on Feb. 22 at Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge on protecting seals, visited Save the Bay’s Exploration Center where a smooth dogfish shark “danced” in the touch tank for him while his father Michael and Center Director Samantha Bales look on. On a guided seal tour, he observed seals in the wild for the first time. Martin and his family, from Syracuse, N.Y., also visited Mystic Aquarium. (Photo by Jack Kelly)

Return to top