It’s that time of year again, we have a seal on the beach in Nags Head!
If you see a seal or any other marine animal on the beach, please stay at least 150 feet away from it. Typically, they are just resting. If you get too close to a seal, you could make it nervous and it may start eating sand, which is not a good thing.
The Town of Nags Head says a seal was spotted on the beach Thursday, this happens frequently during this time of year. Typically, they’re just resting.
If you see a seal or any other marine animal on the beach, stay at least 150 feet away from it. If you get too close to a seal, it may get nervous and start eating sand — which is not good.
If you find a seal and you think it may be sick or in danger, call the Network for Endangered Sea Turtles at 252-441-8622.
If you plan to drive on the beach in Nags Head this winter, please keep an eye out for marine life.