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Harbor seal mother giving birth to a pup and their first swim
Harbor seal mother protecting her newborn pup from Bald Eagles
Harbor seal mom and pup interactions
Tips for viewing harbor seals
Other wildlife sightings at harbor seal rookery
Gertrude Island: Harbor Seals, a Raccoon and a Coyote
Sharing the Shore with Harbor Seal Pups in Washington State
Interview with Dyanna Lambourn, WDFW Biologist
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General Natural History of the Harbor Seal
Seal Research and Studies
Sharing the Shore with Harbor Seal Pups in Washington State WDFW & NOAA
The Life of a Harbor Seal Pup: From Birth to Weaning Photographic Story
Life and Death on Seal Haul Out Photographic Series
Reports and Abstracts
Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii in Harbor Seals (Phoca vitulina) in Southern Puget Sound, Washington
Temporal trends in contaminants In Puget Sound harbor seal

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Pre-recorded Vidoes

A harbor seal mother giving birth to a pup and their first swim

A harbor seal mother protecting her newborn pup from Bald Eagles

Harbor seal mom and pup interactions

Tips for viewing harbor seals

Gertrude Island: Harbor Seals, a Raccoon and a Coyote

Other wildlife sightings at harbor seal rookery

Public Service Announcement about Sharing the Shore

For more information on sharing the shore with harbor seal pups in Washington State, please click on this link at: Sharing the Shore with Harbor Seal Pups in Washington State (WDFW & NOAA)

If you are concerned about the welfare of any harbor seal, please leave the animal in place, and contact the Northwest Marine Mammal Stranding Network contact for your area at  http://www.nwr.noaa.gov/Marine-Mammals/Stranding-Maps.cfm  or call 1-800-853-1964.

Interview with Dyanna Lambourn, WDFW Biologist

Dyanna Lambourn

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Seal photos and video footage were taken by Dyanna Lambourn, WDFW biologist

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Related Links
People for Puget Sound Alaska Dept of Fish & Game - Harbor Seal Info
Bibliography and links Seal Conservation Society
Northwest Marine Mammal Stranding Network- Washington Cascadia
Marine Mammal Protection Act National Marine Mammal Laboratory
NMFS marine mammal viewing guidelines San Fransico Harbor Seals and Links
Be Whale Wise: Whale Watching Guidelines (PDF) Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife
See More Wildlife: Elephant Seal and Steller Sea Lion Cam National Marine Fisheries Service
Marine Mammal Center Whale museum
Boater Education Guidelines: Best Practices for Viewing Marine Wildlife (PDF)