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Marine Mammal Care Center of Los Angeles at San Pedro

We serve all Los Angeles County beaches

Since 1992, MMCC Los Angeles has served Los Angeles County by providing in house medical care to the more than 8,000 injured or sick seals and sea lions stranded on the 70 miles of beaches from Malibu to Seal Beach.  Our goal is to rehabilitate and release these animals back to their ocean homes.  


Our mission is important to the health and safety of all of Los Angeles County beachgoers because there are no protected beaches where sick or injured seals or sea lions can rest and heal away from people.   MMCC Los Angeles is the only 24/7/365 safe haven for these animals in Los Angeles County.  Our non-profit rehabilitation center survives only by the support of kind patrons like you.  


We all share this ocean planet.  

Help us

help them

get home.

To learn more about what we do, we encourage you to visit our full website.

Our center is open to the public to visit every day.  We host field trips and provide community outreach and education through our mobile visitors center.  If you would like to help, we have many ways you can get involved including extensive volunteer opportunities.

DIRECTIONS TO THE CENTER

We are located at:

3601 South Gaffey Street #8, San Pedro, California 90731, United States

Heading South on Gaffey Street, turn right at 32nd Street (Barlow Saxton Road/entrance to John Olguin High School).


Follow the road up the hill, which will curve to your left, until you reach Leavenworth Drive (a T intersection).


Turn right and the parking lot to MMCCLA is on the right side just after Angel’s Gate High School


NOTE: Most GPS systems will not lead you to MMCC LA


Hours 10AM - 4PM daily

Animal viewing and parking is always free

(310) 548-5677

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