Dezhnev Bay

Dezhnev Bay

 

a bay of the Bering Sea, at the northeastern coast of the Asian continent. Its entrance is 24 km wide, and its depth, 13–24 m. The shores are high and steep, with offshore reefs. The Ukelaiat and Malaia Ukelaiat rivers empty into the bay. The tides are irregular, with an elevation measuring approximately 2 m.

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He also reported a group of Steller sea lions hauled out on the pebble spit in Dezhnev Bay between Navarin Cape and Olyutorsky (sighted by the pilot, Landin, from an aircraft in 1930).
When denser ice fields were examined close to the shore between Cape Olyutorsky and Dezhnev Bay, Steller sea lions were not sighted (Popov, 1982).