La Lobera at Playa del Socorro
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La Lobera
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La Lobera
Seals at la Lobera

One of the unique eco-attractions near Playa del Socorro is a collapsed sea cave known as La Lobera, a sea lion haunt, one of its kind to be on this side of the coast, 3 miles from Highway 1, since sea lions mostly make their home on the small islands on the periphery of the Baja peninsula and Sea of Cortez.

The Seal Conservation Society considers unreliable the estimates made of the seal population in the western Baja California region. Previous estimates had reported 74,000 seals in the Baja coast.

Seal Conservation Society
California, Galápagos and Japanese Sea Lions(Zalophus californianus)

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