Monthly Archives: August 2016

Post-season sights on Seal

Well the winds are stirring things up here out at sea. We got gusts up to 29 miles per hour yesterday, presumably from the tropical storm off the coast of North Carolina. The white-capped waves swelled in one direction while streams of foam … Continue reading

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A quiet island remains

And so do I.. Wow, this season has sure gone by in a flash of feathers. The Seal Island Fearless Four came off the island on August 11th: We sported three months worth of grime and sun-browned skin. As longtime … Continue reading

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Reality TV on Seal Island

We call ’em the cams. In 2012, Seal Island was blessed with a handful of waterproof/not-so-poo-proof video cameras that were set in strategic locations around the island to observe the birdlife here, specifically the puffins, during the breeding season. We … Continue reading

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