Nature Notes

September 25, 2011

Southern Sea Lions: Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

Filed under: Animals,Argentina — Tags: , , — Harold Stiver @ 6:00 am

Southern Sea Lion

In the Beagle Channel at Tierra del Fuego, lie a number of small rocky islands. On a few of these islands, large numbers of Southern Sea Lions bask in the sun. The sexes are much different in size, the males very large with a huge head, and darker in color than the females.

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  1. [...] I would recommend any of them. You can visit the Imperial and Rock Shag colonies, as well as the Southern Sea Lions. Black-browed Albatross and Antarctic Giant Petrel are likely, as well as both Common and [...]

    Pingback by Birding Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina | Nature Notes from Harold Stiver — September 25, 2011 @ 6:06 am

  2. Oh, these are fabulous! I loved viewing each and every one of these wonderful images! Looks like it’s nap time on the rocks. Fantastic series!

    Comment by Julie G — September 25, 2011 @ 9:01 am

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