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WDFW sealcam

WDFW Sealcam offers real-time view of harbor seal rookery

For an intimate peek at life in a protected harbor seal rookery, check out Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Sealcam. The rookery is located on an island in South Puget Sound that is loaded with seal moms and newborn pups, along with a number of pregnant females who just might give birth while you’re tuned in. Watch this little slice of heaven on earth here.

Also, make sure while you’re on the site to link to WDFW intern Erin D’Agnese’s blog about her studies at the rookery this season. Her master’s project is to study pup rearing success of female harbor seals at a long-term study site. You can find out why you see bowling balls on shore amid the resting and nursing animals. Read this Washington State University student’s blog here.
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