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Seals on Cape Cod | Photographs

Seals on Cape Cod | Photographs
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Photographer William Huber spent time in Chatham, Massachusetts, last summer capturing photographs of  the gray seals on Cape Cod for a feature story in the magazine.  A growing population of these seals have made their home here, with a large concentration on Monomoy Island.  The island, which was designated a federal wildlife refuge in 1970, is also a haven for migratory birds.   William captured these photographs of the seals in their natural habitat from the air, land and sea. Please enjoy this slideshow of some of our favorites.


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Heather Marcus

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Heather Marcus

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Heather Marcus is the photo editor for the magazine. She works closely with the art director and a large group of contributing photographers. Living in New England, she is inspired by the people, the landscape and the wonderful visual opportunities the region affords.
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