A reward is being offered in the capture of the person(s) who shot a sea lion in the face back in December. If you recall, a sea lion was discovered December 9 on a Sausalito beach "with his right eye missing, his left eye swollen shut and shotgun pellets lodged inside his head." The poor guy was left blind, and "will not be able to return to the wild." According to AP (via The Examiner), the Humane Society is offering a $2,500 reward to find whoever shot teh sea lion.

Anyone with information should call the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 24-hour enforcement hotline at 1-800-853-1964 "or agency special agent Nicholas Call at 707-575-6075, or special agent Dan Torquemada at 707-575-6072." You will remain anonymous.

[Marin Independent Journal]