Latest Oregon Coast Nature Articles - Early March
(Oregon Coast) - A round up of the latest from the Oregon coast in the realm of nature: from distressed animals and pet safety, to how to spot bald eagles, more incredible sunsets and what are the secret spots you never knew about in some of your favorite haunts like Newport, Depoe Bay, Yachats and the north coast.
Safety Tips for Your Dog on the Oregon Coast - Beach safety is something you have to not only keep in mind for yourself but for your pet as well (general Oregon coast) http://www.beachconnection.net/news/dogsafe021612_1036.php
Sometime in late March, and then well into April, May and even chunks of June, spring can present the most stunning of cloud action along the coast. What is the science behind this? A wowing look at why we see what we see on the coast http://www.beachconnection.net/news/springcl022412_505.php
Puffins, Potluck and Shellfish on North Oregon Coast Agenda - A special event that is a call for volunteers and a potluck that features a talk on shellfish (Cannon Beach, Seaside, Manzanita).
On March 15, the Haystack Awareness Program (HRAP) hosts its Spring Potluck and Presentation at the Cannon Beach Community Hall. The potluck dinner starts at 6 p.m. and offers up a chance to chat with HRAP staff and volunteers, and at 7 p.m., guest speaker Matthew Hunter takes the stage to present "Shellfish of the Oregon north coast: past, present and future."
On Saturday, March 17, HRAP presents some volunteer training on puffins with “A Place for Puffins.” http://www.beachconnection.net/news/puff022912_755.php
Crew Finds Molting Seal, Distressed Beaver on North Oregon Coast - A molting northern elephant seal and a beaver that had been beaten up by the tides (Seaside, Warrenton, Astoria). http://www.beachconnection.net/news/distress022812_357.php
North Oregon Coast Encounter with Bald Eagles: Also How to Spot Them - A coastal local offers some ideas on how to see more of the stunning creatures (Rockaway Beach, Oregon coast in general).
Also, a fascinating encounter with the creatures on a beach in Rockaway Beach. http://www.beachconnection.net/news/eagles022712_618.php
They are the places of massive waves on the Oregon coast - rocky spots where it often doesn't take storm conditions to cause the ocean to fly upwards in daring, even surreal, acrobatic movements. Sometimes, it only takes a nudge from the Pacific Ocean. Rodea Point is especially incendiary. Yachats is full of spouting horns. Cannon Beach has a reef that makes the ocean look like it's chasing itself. http://www.beachconnection.net/news/wildwater022612_458.php
People may be heading to an Oregon coast town called Seaside, but ironically, many miss out on its greatest natural aspects. Sure there are the sands and sights directly in front of the Turnaround (shows above), but there's even more lurking in all sorts of hidden corners. http://www.beachconnection.net/news/seashid022412_456.php
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