Harbor seals from the air: Aerial surveys allow us to estimate their number and occurrences.
Harbor seals in a creek: Some harbor seals sometimes visit creeks during salmon runs to feed.
Harbor seal resting: Harbor seals frequently haul-out on land
for many reasons, including to rest.
Harbor seal on logs: Harbor seals haul-out on many places, including rocky beaches and floating logs.
Harbor seal molting: Harbor seals molt their fur on a seasonal basis.
Transmitter on head: Transmitters allow us to recover data; they fall off when seals molt in autumn.