Western gulls.Looking southeast from Weston Beach  in the morning.Black-tailed Mule DeerBlack-tailed Mule DeerWestern gull.A smile and a wink for the tourists.They are pretty noisy. Adult males can attain a length over 8 feet and weigh up to 800 pounds.Black-tailed Mule DeerBlack-tailed Mule DeersBlack-tailed Mule DeerBlack-tailed Mule DeersIt is also the earlier Spanish name of Point Lobos, which translates to Those little spots at the top of the cliff are California Sea Lions.With the Sea Lion Point in the background.Harbor Seals are smaller than sea lions and look like swollen cigars.

Unlike sea lions, their ears are not visible, and the short rear flippers, which point away from the body, are unsuited for moving about on land. They are usually silent, and love to bask on rocks just above the water.Slatebacked western gulls.As seen from Cannery PointSea otters eat and sleep in this position and seldom come ashore.Looking south from Weston Beach in the morning.