2 edition of Haul out patterns of harbor seals in Bolinas Lagoon, California found in the catalog.
Haul out patterns of harbor seals in Bolinas Lagoon, California
Sarah G. Allen
by The Commission, National Technical Information Service [distributor] in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Sarah G. Allen, David G. Ainley, Gary W. Page ; prepared for U.S. Marine Mammal Commission.|
|Series||Report -- no. MMC-78/10., Report (United States. Marine Mammal Commission) -- MMC-78/10.|
|Contributions||Ainley, David G., Page, Gary W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
Pages in category "Ports and harbors of California" The following 28 pages are in this category, out of 28 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Bolinas Lagoon is a tidal estuary, approximately 1, acres in area, located in the West Marin region of Marin County, California, United States, adjacent to the town of Bolinas. The Pacific Flyway is a major north-south flyway for migratory birds in .
Bolinas Lagoon Preserve – Great egrets and great blue herons nest here each spring. Harbor Seals are also inhabitants of Bolinas Lagoon. Harbor Seals are also inhabitants of Bolinas Lagoon. They may be watched from a distance, but approaching the seals, or harassing them in any way is a violation of federal law and is strictly enforced. A colony of harbor seals has been the source of years of simmering legal wars in La Jolla, California, an affluent suburb of San Diego. The controversy stems from a group of citizens who wish to drive the seals from Casa Beach (also known as Children's Pool) and restore it to a swimming area for children.
A wide variety of mammals use Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge aquatic and terrestrial habitats. Marine mammals such as harbor seal (Phoca vitulina), harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) and California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) use bay habitats as well as near shore seals bear and rear their pups on exposed tidal flats, and sea lions . Eyes: Harbour seals eyes are located near the front of the head, while grey seals eyes are midway between the nose and the back of the head (Fig.1). Haul out behaviour: Harbour seals tend to spread out when hauled out, while grey seals remain in close groups near to the water. Figure 1: Comparison between harbour seal and grey seal head shapes.
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The effect of disturbance on harbor seal haul out patterns at Bolinas Lagoon, California Article (PDF Available) in Fishery Bulletin- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 82(3. Get this from a library. Haul out patterns of harbor seals in Bolinas Lagoon, California: final report to U.S.
Marine Mammal Commission in fulfillment of contract MM8ACO [Sarah G Allen; David G Ainley; Gary W Page; United States.
Marine Mammal Commission.; Point. Introduction. Harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) are one of the most abundant and widespread pinnipeds in the eastern North Pacific hout their range, harbor seals haul out at near-shore sites on a regular basis and have a moderate level of fidelity to those by: Harbor Seal Pup.
When you walk along a trail overlooking the numerous pocket beaches of Point Reyes, you may catch a glimpse of shy harbor seals (Phoca vitulina).They often haul out along the Pacific Coast from the Bering Sea to Baja California, sometimes in large numbers at established colony sites.
Harbor seals hang out there too and are visible from the shoreline in many spots. North of Stinson Beach along Shoreline Highway (Hwy 1) there are several pullouts where visitors can see these animals up close. On the Bolinas side of the lagoon there are more vantage points including some near Bolinas on: Shoreline Hwy Stinson Beach, CA Location.
The island is located within the Bolinas Lagoon, a salt water inlet of the Pacific island is opposite the town of Bolinas, near Stinson Beach, California, and is surrounded by mud flats at low tide. On ApSage Tezak, Bolinas Lagoon Restoration Coordinator of the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary stated in an Advisory County: Marin County, California.
Haul-Out Behavior of Harbor Seals (Phoca vitulina) in Hood Canal, Washington Article (PDF Available) in PLoS ONE 7(6):e June with Reads How we Haul out patterns of harbor seals in Bolinas Lagoon 'reads'.
A great place to park on the roadside and look at nature. Snowy egrets, Grat Blue Herons, Seals, small sharks on occasion. Take the first major road left heading north of stinson Beach to find the Bolinas road (The locals keep ripping down the roadsign to keep away the less adventurous and for a quieter community) and head over to Bolinas for a great view of the 4/5(13).
Nocturnal and diurnal haul-out patterns of harbor seals (Phoca vitulina richardis) at Castro Rocks, San Francisco Bay, California. California Fish and Game 88(1): Grosholz, E.D. The Bolinas Lagoon has stopping points and pull offs all the around it.
I gather a lot of folks just view it from Stinson Beach, so are missing out. As you travel to Bolinas, but still in Hwy 1 pull over to see the hundreds of seals resting at the sand bar in the middle.5/5(13).
Allen et al. (), in a study of disturbance at Bolinas Lagoon, found that disturbances at a distance of m or less were more likely to cause harbor seals to leave haul-out sites.
Nonetheless, seals responded to boats (power and non-power) by leaving the haul-out in 20 out of 43 observations of boats at a distance greater than m.
Access to town (a block away) and the beach (half a block away) was ideal, but even better was sitting on the cottage deck watching the tides goes in and out, totally changing the lagoon. We (my husband, tween & teen) loved it. Also, I appreciated the responsiveness of the hosts.
This cottage was a great find in Bolinas.5/5(40). Jeff the Nature Guy visits the California coast, where he finds some harbor seals, who are more graceful in the water than on land.
Harbor seals are strong, fast-moving and unpredictable (especially those protective mama seals). Enjoy watching them play, but for safety's sake stay at least 50 yards away.
On a typical day, Pacific harbor seals spend about half their time on the sand and half in the water. They tend to forage at night and rest during the day.
Playing with Harbor Seals in La, Jolla California. These guys are a blast to play with. When they get really comfortable they will come right up to you and grab your hands as if to ask for a scratch. The effect of distribution on harbor seal haul out patterns at Bolinas Lagoon, California.
Journal: Fishery Bulletin. Volume: Issue: 3. Pages: Date: July Type of Article: Journal Article. Short Title: Effect of disturbance on habor seals. Research Notes: Responses of seals to variety of disturbances. Link to PDF. A Hollywood-worthy drama played out in July, until a judge's hour dispersal order was thwarted by a California State Legislature bill, signed, at the last minute, by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, giving San Diego authority to 2/5(1).
Range Harbor seals are found north of the equator in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. In the Pacific, they range from Alaska to Baja California, Mexico.
1 Harbor Seals are typically found near are found throughout the California Channel Islands including all five Islands in Channel Islands National San Miguel Island 1, harbor seals breed annually on.
There is nothing cuter than a Pacific harbor seal pup. And as it turns out, these adorable marine mammals can be heard crying “maaaa” right in our own backyard. From March to June, Pacific harbor seals pup at multiple sites along the shores of San Francisco Bay. But our lovable flippered neighbors are also highly [ ].
Lincoln, NE: University of NebraskaB. and D.E. Harris “Human Disturbances Affect Harbor Seal Haul-Out Behaviour: Can the Law Protect these Seals from Boaters?” In Macalester Environmental Review Octo 1- Lenihan, H.S. and C.H. Peterson “How Habitat Degradation through Fishery Disturbance Enhances.
abundance and distribution, herd integrity, and underwater behavior of individual harbor seals in southern Monterey Bay. Individual harbor seals (n = ) were identified by natural markings and represented greater than 80% of an estimated seals within this community.
Year to year fidelity of individual harbor seals to southern Monterey Bay Cited by: Allen SG, Ainley DG, Page G, Ribic CA () The effect of disturbance on harbor seal haul out patterns at Bolinas Lagoon, California. Fish Bull – Google Scholar Alverson DL () Commercial fisheries and the Steller Cited by: 4.Drake's California landing;: The evidence for Bolinas Lagoon, [Neasham, V.
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