An adult harp seal lounges on a dock beside the Currituck Sound along the northern Outer Banks in 2011. Seals increasingly have been coming to the Outer Banks in winter and spring.
An adult harp seal lounges on a dock beside the Currituck Sound along the northern Outer Banks in 2011. Seals increasingly have been coming to the Outer Banks in winter and spring. Picasa N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
An adult harp seal lounges on a dock beside the Currituck Sound along the northern Outer Banks in 2011. Seals increasingly have been coming to the Outer Banks in winter and spring. Picasa N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.

Seals swim to NC, visit the Outer Banks

February 17, 2016 12:02 PM

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