Pollux spotted in the Wild
 
Pollux on 19th May 2014
After just 2 weeks in the wild, Pollux was spotted amongst adult seals at a local haul-out along the north coast of Cornwall on 19th May 2014 by Simon Bone and Sue Sayer members of the Cornwall Seal Group.

© Photo was taken by Sue Sayer.

Members of the Cornwall Seal Group volunteer hundreds of hours of their own time to photo, identify and watch over the seals around the Cornish coast.

Click on these links to visit the Cornwall Seal Group´s facebook page and website.

The Cornwall Seal Group are always looking for people to send in their photos so they can be matched with known seals on their database. They already have confirmed matches of seals first identified in Cornwall going to Ireland, Wales, Scillies and Northern France all through photos people have sent in.
Sue Sayer, founder of the Cornwall Seal Group, is great seal spotter.

To learn more about Sue Sayer´s great work, Sue has written a book called ´Seal Secrets´ which was published on 20th March 2012. It can be ordered from local bookshops or from Amazon.

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