Steller Sea Lions Barking Alaskan Island

Barking Steller Sea Lions on an Alaskan island known as Sail Island, in Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska, USA.

Steller Sea Lions are known for their loud barking sound effects which can echo for quite a distance if a group of them sing together. On the rocks on this Alaskan island, named Sail Island, the Steller Seal Lions group together where the barking noise becomes fairly loud.

The mature male Steller Sea Lions will haul themselves out on the rocks on this isolated Alaskan island waiting for the females to arrive. With a week or so after the males have settled in, the females will then join them prepared for the breeding season.

USA, Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Steller's Sea Lions (Eumetopias jubatus) gathered at haulout on Sail Island



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Photo Title: Steller Sea Lions Barking Alaskan Island

Barking Steller Sea Lions on an Alaskan island known as Sail Island, in Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska, USA.

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Eumetopias Jubatus

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