The first time I visited Point Reyes National Seashore, the Elephant Seals became an instant highlight. Viewed from an overlook near Chimney Rock, we peered down at their bronze forms through binoculars.
At the time, I wrote: “The male Elephant Seals are huge, and I was happy to watch them at our safe distance. Think Elephant Seals have deep, reverberating calls? Think again! Loud they are, but their calls are high-pitched, and almost whiny. The noise was actually hilarious, and we couldn’t stop laughing at their lounging shapes.”
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