Harbour seals are found in British Columbia often in coastal waters, estuaries and river systems. The Pacific harbour seal inhabits the B.C. coast. The adult seal may reach a length of 1.6 – 1.9 m (5 –6 feet) and weigh from 60 – 120 kg (132- 265 lbs.), while ranging in colour from brownish to black with a speckled pattern. Your guide often takes them for granted because they are so abundant so remind them if you want a good picture.
First year grizzly cubs are not overly fond of getting wet. They are often viewed sitting on logs on the river bank, on rocks in the middle of a fishing hole or slowly following their mother. This mother plans to go fishing in the deeper part of the river which means the cubs will need to swim if they want their share of the catch.Visit our Blog