Harbor Seal

Dive # 549; Harbor seal and Macro life 5-1-15

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Enjoy close up shots of the underwater life at Pt. Lobos. also a friendly Harbor seal swims up to me as if she wants to play.

Playful Harbor Seal tried to "taste" video light and camera 10-15-12

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This very friendly harbor Seal stayed with us for most of the dive, constantly wanting to play with us, pull on our flippers, and get right in our faces.

Harbor Seal checking out dive buddies' camera

This is a photo of our ever present Harbor seal friend checking out my dive buddy and his gear.

This is a photo of our ever present Harbor seal friend checking out my dive buddy and his gear.

Friendly Harbor Seal

This cute Harbor Seal dives with us every time we go. I think she knows us now. She is very curious and friendly.

This cute Harbor Seal dives with us every time we go. I think she knows us now. She is very curious and friendly.

Harbor seal trying to "taste" camera, light and me! 10-15-12

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We had a harbor seal diving and playing with us for half the dive. She even tried to put her mouth around my camera and my dive buddies, plus she also tried to "taste" the top of my head! She was way too friendly and in our face a lot. Also look for great shots of the kelp forest, plus striped surf perch, rose anemones, rock fish, and the other abundant life forms of the sea. Watch for the harbor seal through out the video. We dove to 67 feet for 53 minutes. Temp. was 52 degrees.

Sea Otter and Harbor Seal taking a break

A Sea Otter and a Harbor seal take a break from the sea; Photographed near Seal Lion Point

A Sea Otter and a Harbor seal take a break from the sea; Photographed near Seal Lion Point

Swimming is hard work, Mom

Mom worked very hard shepherding her little 2-day old pup back to shore in a crashing surf. Pup was tossed, upended and pulled back in the surf for at least 15 minutes. They are finally getting close.

Mom worked very hard shepherding her little 2-day old pup back to shore in a crashing surf. Pup was tossed, upended and pulled back in the surf for at least 15 minutes. They are finally getting close.