West Seattle wildlife: Be on the lookout for seal pup Shamrock

From Robin Lindsey at Seal Sitters:

We have a little seal pup who is on the move in West Seattle and hope that the community will be on the lookout for her. She is nicknamed Shamrock and first came ashore on St. Patrick’s Day at Jack Block Park. Monday she was in two locations and Tuesday was further around the peninsula at Emma Schmitz Viewpoint (see photo). Shamrock appeared thinner (Tuesday) and we encourage waterfront owners to please give our hotline a call @ 206-905-7325 (SEAL) if you have a pup on your beach. She may well end up at Lowman Beach or Lincoln Park over the next day or so. (More on Blubberblog.)

Meantime, “Rehab Ruby” is still enjoying the safe haven of Jack Block Park – a truly great story that shows how caring our West Seattle residents are. She seems to have found a new friend, so we are encouraged that she has learned to socialize and integrate with other seals. You can read about Ruby here.

Shamrock’s visit to Emma Schmitz Viewpoint is also featured on Beach Drive Blog.

1 Reply to "West Seattle wildlife: Be on the lookout for seal pup Shamrock"

  • Crystal March 21, 2013 (7:51 pm)

    Shamrock <3

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