Oct/09/14 10:09 AM
Three of those pups were terribly thin and desperately needed sanctuary on shore, including Surfer shown at left trying to rest in a spot hectic with rowdy ferry commuters.
Two thin pups that were protected by volunteers on Saturday at Lincoln Park and near Cormorant Cove returned to the water overnight.
Seal pup Seacil still hangs out on the rocky shoreline along Elliott Bay each day and night, in between foraging trips for tiny bait fish.
Seal Sitters volunteers have educated many, many hundreds of people about harbor seal behavior and our marine environment thanks to these tiny ambassadors who grace us with their presence.