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 Monday, January 16 ,2023 at 8:53am
“As pupping season, which falls between the months of December and March, gets underway, the inclement weather has encouraged the animals to seek dry shelter beyond the exposed sites along the Point Reyes Headlands to keep their babies safe. Prior to the recent bomb cyclone event, there were about 50 pups in the colony, most of which were less than two weeks old and unable to swim, Sarah Codde, a marine ecologist for Point Reyes National Seashore, told SFGATE earlier this month.”
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