Seal Watching Tips

Seals are on the rocks off the northern end of the beach, for 3 to 5 hours around low tide. The seals are over 300 yards from the shore, so bring your binoculars. Wind from the west (or NW/SW)... seal watching is best. Arrive on the beach two hours before low tide to see lots of seals. Boats, kayaks, and drones may scare the seals away, the best way to observe the seals is from shore using a spotting scope.

Tuesday, November 1, 2022

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