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A 6-month-old sea lion that is currently being cared for at California Wildlife Center poses at the edge of the brand new marine mammal rehabilitation facility that was showcased during a Thursday, Jan. 11 ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony. Photos by Suzanne Guldimann/22nd Century Media
California Wildlife Center Executive Director Jennifer Brent (left), actress and activist Shannen Doherty (middle) and Malibu City Councilmember Jefferson Wagner cut the ribbon Thursday, Jan. 11, in honor of the center’s new marine mammal facility.
CWC’s lone, 6-month-old sea lion patient explores the new facility in Calabasas on Jan. 11. The California Wildlife Center treats wildlife rescued from Malibu, among other communities.
Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance Reporter
2:03 pm PST January 15, 2018
The first sea lion pup of 2018 arrived right in time for the new year at the California Wildlife Center, and in addition to being the first marine mammal rescue of 2018, she is the first patient at CWC’s new and improved marine mammal rehabilitation facility.