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northern california coastline - October wildlife?

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We are potentially planning a trip to the San Francisco area October 4 - 14. We plan to drive up to Mendocino and Klamath areas for a few days, spend a few days in the San Francisco area, and potentially drive south to Big Sur area for a night or so. What wildlife can we expect to see? Will there be any sea lions or other pinnipeds to see anywhere along the coast? If so, where would the "hot spots" be for this time of year? I'm not familiar with their migratory routes unfortunately.

Thank you for any help!

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