A rookery of harbor seals hang out on the pack ice in front of the South Sawyer Glacier in Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Southeast Alaska. The ice affords the seals protection from their main predator, the killer whale. The South Sawyer glacier is one of the most active calving tidewater glaciers in Alaska providing this amazing landscape of ice that seals need. The South Sawyer has become one of the most productive harbor seal pupping areas in all of Alaska. This image illustrates the month of May in my Juneau, Alaska 2015 Calendar. Thanks for visiting www.markkelley.com!