Habitat: Rockfish Pool (5)
This is a large pre-release pool that houses many patients. Animals that have already demonstrated that they can eat fish on their own are placed in a larger pool like this where they can learn how to compete for fish and socialize with other harbour seals.
|Photo||ID||Name||Species||Sex||Admitted||Collection Site||Reason for Admission||Updates||Status|
|PV18172||Apple-y Ever After||Harbour Seal||male||2018/10/27||Galiano Island (IWNCC)||Emaciated||─||in care|
|PV18161||Watermelon Splash||Harbour Seal||female||2018/09/13||Mayne Island (IWNCC)||Maternal separation||─||in care|
|PV18140||Kevinite||Harbour Seal||female||2018/08/12||Hopkins Landing, Gibsons||Maternal separation; emaciated||2||in care|
|PV18102||Fragola||Harbour Seal||female||2018/07/31||Galiano Island (IWNCC)||Maternal separation||1||in care|
|PV1878||Crystal||Harbour Seal||female||2018/07/24||West Vancouver||Maternal separation||6||in care|