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The Audubon Society of Lincoln City will lead a birding walk this Saturday, June 16, taking in Regatta Park, Devils Lake and the Head to Bay Trail.

The easy, two-hour walk will take participants along the edges of forests, wetlands and...

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Seas the day, with a sea life cruise out of Newport
Seas the day, with a sea life cruise out of Newport

By Barbara B. Covell

For the TODAY

Summer has been officially launched on the Oregon Coast, revealing a treasure trove of outdoor activities for locals and tourists of all ages. The pristine coastline, ideal boating and fishing...

Bird Nerds flock to Newport
Bird Nerds flock to Newport

When it comes to filling the big screen, only a big bird will do. And the Friday, June 1, screening in Newport will feature one of the biggest as “ALBATROSS” comes to the Hatfield Marine Science Center.

This pre-release screening...

Explore nature at Netarts Bay
Explore nature at Netarts Bay

The Explore Nature series will continue this weekend, with Friends of Netarts Bay offering a tide-pooling excursion as well as a behind-the-scenes look at how oysters are grown in the Pacific Northwest.

“Tidepool Discovery Days” on...

Newport goes to pot
Newport goes to pot

A vast selection of plants specially nurtured to withstand the coastal fog will be on sale in Newport this Saturday, May 19, at the annual plant sale from Lincoln County Master Gardeners.

The sale will see the Lincoln County Commons packed with...

A woodlands welcome wagon
A woodlands welcome wagon

The Audubon Society of Lincoln City will lead a birding walk this Saturday, May 12, in search of recently arrived spring migratory birds at the Villages at Cascade Head and Roads End Sate Park.

The two-hour walk is organized in partnership with...

Go on, tweet yourself

The Cape Perpetua Visitor Center near Yachats will mark World Migratory Bird Day this Saturday, May 12, with a BioBlitz survey aimed at cataloging migratory bird species in the Cape Perpetua region.

After an hour of observations around the...

The birds are back in town
The birds are back in town

The return of many of the coast’s feathered friends will be cause for celebration this Sunday, May 13, as the Lincoln City Cultural Center hosts the World Migratory Bird Day Festival.

Live demonstrations, informative presentations,...

No perch-ase necessary
No perch-ase necessary

The Audubon Society of Lincoln City will take a trip to Spring Lake this Saturday, April 28, for a birding walk in search of wading birds and ducks.

The excursion is part of a series of birding tours led by Audubon field trip leaders in...

This sounds fishy
This sounds fishy

Tillamook will play host to a celebration of World Fish Migration Day this Saturday, April 21, marking the crucial role that migratory fish play in creating healthy and productive river systems.

Tillamook’s salmon species have been the...

Dig in to clamming at Netarts
Dig in to clamming at Netarts

Friends of Netarts Bay will offer a free clamming workshop this Saturday, April 21, giving newbies and old hands alike the chance to learn about sustainable, wild shellfish harvesting.

Participants will learn about the role of shellfish in bay...