Habitat: Ellie Pool (5)
Patients that have already demonstrated that they can eat fish on their own are placed in a pool where they can learn how to compete with other animals. This is one of the smaller pools with a haul-out platform in the centre. It can only fit a few animals and is a good starting point for patients that have never been housed with another seal.
|#||Name||Species||Admitted||Collection Site||Reason for Admission|
|PV2149||Paso Doble||Harbour Seal||2021/07/15||Salt Spring Island||Dehydrated; Maternal separation;||1||2||in care|
|PV2132||Foxtrot||Harbour Seal||2021/07/10||Galiano Island||Emaciated; Marine mammal disturbance;||─||1||in care|
|PV2109||Sushi||Harbour Seal||2021/06/11||Sechelt||Human interference||4||6||in care|
|PV2108||Bravo||Harbour Seal||2021/06/11||Dollarton, North Vancouver||Maternal separation||1||6||in care|
|PV2107||Scrambled Egg||Harbour Seal||2021/06/11||White Rock||Maternal separation||4||8||in care|