The wind blew between 20 to 38 knots from the northeast for most of the day, switching to the east southeast in the evening. A swell with 1m waves came in from the east. The barometer climbed from 1023 to 1026 hPa. The visibility was unlimited, with clear skies.
There weren’t any boats seen in the reserve today.
A ring-necked steller sea lion was seen on South Rock, the same place that another one was seen yesterday. The sea lion has the brand 946R. It has been seen at Race Rocks since August. The Sea Lion Disentanglement Project is arranging a visit to rescue the two or three entangled sea lions that have been spotted recently on Race Rocks.