Northern elephant seal populations appear to be shifting northward along the California coast, with ever-increasing numbers taking to the sheltered beaches of Point Reyes to breed. For the third winter, elephant seal bulls have taken over the Ken C. Patrick Visitor Center at Drakes Beach, despite efforts to reroute them. Females were successfully shooed into an area west of . . .

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