During the last fifteen days we have received locations for 2 bearded and 7 spotted seals. Both bearded seals are in the Chukchi Sea and have stayed in localized areas; B17-01-F (purple square) remains off shore of Utqiaġvik and BS18-01-F (green square) is north of Seward Peninsula, generally near the mouth of Kotzebue Sound. All seven spotted seals are in the Bering Sea. Spotted seal SS18-07-F (purple circle) has moved to the mouth of Norton Sound, generally in heavy ice. Spotted seal SS18-01-M (orange circle) has moved along the ice edge into Bristol Bay. The other 5 spotted seals are in the central Bering Sea, generally in or near the marginal ice zone. Sea ice data are courtesy of the U.S. National Ice Center, dated 16 January 2019 (http://www.natice.noaa.gov/products/daily_products.html).