The scene at French Creek Marina, with newly arrived seals and cormorants waiting with patient anticipation for the herring run. (Gordon Pritchard photo)

YOUR PHOTOS: Hunger Games begin for sea lions, cormorants

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The hunger games have begun.

PQB News reader Gordon Pritchard sends in this great photo taken at French Creek Marina of newly arrived sea lions and cormorants waiting with patient anticipation for the herring run. If you have a photo you’d like to share online or in print, email a high-resolution copy to editor@pqbnews.com.

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