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Wildlife Watching Guidelines
Wildlife Trusts: Cornwall
NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARIES
Ocean Etiquette: Promoting Responsible Encounters with Marine Wildlife
Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary
Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary
Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Seabird Protection Network
New Tools for Conservation: Protecting Seabirds and Marine Mammals from Disturbance
Protecting Seabirds Through the Marine Life Protection Act
Marine wildlife disturbance guidance
Distance Requirements for Marine Mammals
Information for Boaters from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
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Seeing marine wildlife in their natural environment is a thrilling experience; however animals need space to find food, choose mates, raise young, socialize and rest.
When we get too close, approach too fast, or make too much noise, we can disrupt these natural behaviors and cause unnecessary stress.
Any activity that disrupts the natural behaviors of marine wildlife is a disturbance.
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