West Seattle wildlife: Seal pup ‘Cupcake’ visits Jack Block Park

Yet another reason to remember the tenet “Share the Shore” (noticed the new Alki banners yet?) – the latest seal sighting, shared this time by West Seattle-based entrepreneur/speaker Sunny Kobe Cook (thanks!), who says her photo shows:

A newly identified, healthy harbor-seal pup, named “Cupcake” by visitors to Jack Block Park this afternoon. A Seal Sitters volunteer came, took pictures, recorded the find, set up a tape barrier to be sure the pup wasn’t disturbed, and provided information to park visitors.

Watch the Seal Sitters “Blubberblog” site for news on other recent pup sightings on local beaches, and remember that if you see a seal, or any marine mammal, on a local beach, call 206-905-7325 (SEAL) to let SS know.

4 Replies to "West Seattle wildlife: Seal pup 'Cupcake' visits Jack Block Park"

  • Noelle September 5, 2011 (1:02 am)

    How cute!

  • proactive September 5, 2011 (11:10 am)

    Thanks seal sitters! You are awesome.

  • S September 5, 2011 (5:30 pm)

    What a little sweetie… Stay safe little one… Thank you Seal Sitters for watching out for the little critters.

  • miws September 5, 2011 (10:06 pm)

    Why buy a rock anywhere else? ;)



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