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Harbor Seals

Harbor seals can be seen all around our coast line

and on low tides you might see them perched up high like plump sausages teetering on the rocky outcropping's along the oceans edge. The Harbor seals look different than the sea lions; the first thing you will notice is that they are covered in spots and vary greatly in color from pure silvery white to almost pitch black. I like to think of them as the "Dalmatians" of the Pinniped (meaning Flipper footed-seals and sea lion) family . The Harbor seals give birth right here on our local beaches each spring in April to May and during our trips we see their little round heads bobbing along as they to tend to be mostly nocturnal predators.