31 December 2014

Today we brought another baby seal back to its home on Geyser Rock...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 31 2014

31 December 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today we brought another baby seal back to its  home on Geyser Rock. In the last few days we had quite a few stranded puppies, but all of them are safely back on their Island. On our way we had a closer look at two African penguins sitting in between many Cape cormorants. After launching for our second trip we spotted a big bird raft of cormorants right outside the Kleinbaai harbour, we passed the birds respectfully and headed towards the Island.

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