Scene in Edmonds: Seal of approval for a safe departure

A juvenile seal that had been resting on an Edmonds beach glides into the water Oct. 7, after representatives of the Sno-King Marine Mammal Response Group had set up a barrier the day before to protect it. Beach goers are advised to stay at least 100 feet away from any pups spotted on the beach, and give them a chance to reenter the water on their own. (Video by Elsie Spinning)


  1. What is the contact information for the Group? A couple of months ago I spotted two pups on the Edmonds beach and didn’t know how to keep them protected from tourists besides standing guard.

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