Seals at mouth of the brook in Roddickton. Wonder where’s DFO. Those seals been there for a few weeks. They are 4 or 5 miles from the ocean and they are probably starving. pic.twitter.com/A9RuA6Njln

— Brendon FitzPatrick (@BrendonFitzPat3) January 4, 2019

Seal on the road in Roddickton. I guess someone should call DFO and report that the people are killing them, then you’ll see how quick they’ll show up pic.twitter.com/rD4Hnx6WvU

— Brendon FitzPatrick (@BrendonFitzPat3) January 4, 2019

One on its way to the gas station pic.twitter.com/rurN3Ghhyu

— Brendon FitzPatrick (@BrendonFitzPat3) January 5, 2019

Few out for a crawl today pic.twitter.com/Qbb5pazTmD

— Brendon FitzPatrick (@BrendonFitzPat3) January 6, 2019

Few seals out for a swim pic.twitter.com/TXU3AYXlBQ

— Brendon FitzPatrick (@BrendonFitzPat3) January 6, 2019

The seals have taken over in Roddickton-Bide Arm

They've been spotted all over town, and two of the animals have died, but DFO says that's normal https://t.co/jT0HnKdt31 pic.twitter.com/ce6gG6oFyo

— CBC N.L. (@CBCNL) January 9, 2019

Mayor of Roddickton, N.L. speaks out on the influx of stranded seals in her town. @KellyAnneNTV reports: https://t.co/BhPG29G5tz pic.twitter.com/3sTI5n9Cyz

— Watch CTV News (@WatchCTVNews) January 9, 2019