Young Sea Lion Weighing Over 1,000 Pounds Belly-Flops Its Way Through Valdez's City Streets

  Biologists Think Lost   Sea Lion Was A Male   Lost Creature Got To RV Park By Capt'n Joe's Gas Station  Sea Lion on Valdez Bike Pa...

  Biologists Think Lost
  Sea Lion Was A Male  

Lost Creature Got To RV Park By Capt'n Joe's Gas Station 

Sea Lion on Valdez Bike Path, Friday, October 7th. (Photo Valdez Police Dept. Facebook Page)  

Valdez Police Used Sirens To Direct Sea Lion Back To The Salt Marshes 


STORY FROM VALDEZ POLICE DEPARTMENT

Fall season usually equals bear calls, bear calls, and more bear calls. Today, we got a call about a sea lion that had “crossed the road.” 

It sounded like a bad joke but we went over and lo and behold a sea lion HAD crossed the road! The animal was distressed, tired, and we thought, possibly looking for snacks at the gas station? 

Thanks to some creative vehicle herding by our officers and the assistance of local resident Jeff Saxe and his trusty backhoe, we were able to safely get this guy or gal back to the tidelands. A legit happy ending for all of us and our new friend. 

 

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