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Summer 2015: This year's brood well on their way to becoming young ducklings rather than chicks. All eight offspring survived this year, thanks to Mum and many of us berth holders who kept a wary eye out for them, not to mention spending a small fortune on propretary duck food!
Everyone's favourite from 2012, although sadly no longer with us, she certainly gave the Port of Dover the "seal of approval" (yes i know, stop groaning!)
She had quite remarkable colours and markings but sadly, she was ill and didn't survive, but it is possible to see Harbour Seals quite often in the port. The disused hoverpad alongside the Prince of Wales Pier is a popular spot if you keep your eyes open. For the best views and a chance to see them in larger numbers, book a trip on Dover Sea Safari's RIB.