Sea Lions Of Sea Lion Rock (#527)

Most nights at Caspar Beach, especially throughout the summer and fall, the night air is peppered with the barking of sea lions.

The sounds come from Seal Rock, just around the corner from the beach.  The sea lions gather there in a colony of 50 or more individuals.

Food is plentiful from the surrounding waters and except for a stray gull or two the rock is soley inhabited by the sea lions.

 

Sea Lions On Sea Lion Rock

Sea Lions On Sea Lion Rock

 

A Chorus of Barkers

A Chorus of Barkers

 

Curious Sea Lion

Curious Sea Lion

 

Basking in the warmth of the Sun

Basking in the warmth of the Sun

 

Rare Albino Sea Lion Surrounded By Family

Rare Albino Sea Lion Surrounded By Family

 

Little One (bottom left) Trying to Get On the Rock

Little One (bottom left) Trying to Get On the Rock

 

The Little Ones Learn From the Big Ones

The Little Ones Learn From the Big Ones

 

xo ~ annie

 

Sea Lion Rock

Sea Lion Rock

 

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10 Responses to Sea Lions Of Sea Lion Rock (#527)

  1. Sher says:

    They are so beautiful. I didn’t realize they were so brown. I love the way they throw their heads back when they bark. Beautiful pictures. Thanks.

  2. Leya says:

    Beautiful, beautiful – so much life and light.

  3. Cee Neuner says:

    That must have been to witness. Great shots.

  4. Connie T says:

    I have never seen wild sea lions. Wonderful pictures.

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