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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...

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Do launch, with Audubon
Do launch, with Audubon

The Audubon Society of Lincoln City birders will be heading south this Saturday, April 14, for a bird-watching excursion along Alder Island Loop Trail in the Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge.

This mile-long trail through riparian and wetland...

Get schooled on dolphins
Get schooled on dolphins

What is it that makes dolphins so captivating to so many? The Oregon Chapter of the American Cetacean Society will aim to provide some answers this Saturday, April 7, with a presentation from dolphin expert Nala Cardillo in Newport.

In...

Weed like to know more
Weed like to know more

Tips on how to enjoy gardening at any stage of life will be on offer on Thursday, April 12, when the Lincoln County Master Gardener Association hosts a roundtable discussion at Oceanview Senior Living in Newport.

Thanks to the many advances in...

Park, walk, enjoy
Park, walk, enjoy

The Audubon Society of Lincoln City will kick off a series of excursions through city parks this Friday, March 30, with a birding walk through parks bordering Devils Lake.

Organized in partnership with Lincoln City Parks and Recreation and the...

Sounds tree-mendous
Sounds tree-mendous

The Tillamook Forest Center will host an Arbor Week celebration on Saturday, April 7, offering guests the chance to plant seedlings, create art and crafts and take part in a scavenger hunt.

At 11:30 am and 1:30 pm, staff will guide participants...

It’s back. Stand ready for Spring Whale Watch Week
It’s back. Stand ready for Spring Whale Watch Week

By Barbara B. Covell

For the TODAY

Of the many splendors on the Oregon Coast, few can match the power and graceful spectacle of the gray whale migration. Twice each year these mammoth mammals migrate through the Oregon coast on a 10,000...

Can we gauge your interest in this?
Can we gauge your interest in this?

Budding citizen-scientists are invited to build their skills at a Saturday, March 17, workshop at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport.

Participants will learn how to collect and report local data on precipitation and native plant seasonal...

The turn of the natives
The turn of the natives

The native plants of Oregon’s northwest coast will be the subject of a hands-on program at Tillamook County Pioneer Museum, this Saturday, March 10.

In a talk entitled “Native Plants: Food Factories for Critters, Source of Life...

Goose this is the spot
Goose this is the spot

The Audubon Society of Lincoln City will be heading north this Saturday, March 10, for a birding field trip at Nestucca Wildlife Refuge near Pacific City.

Mark Elliott will lead the excursion to the refuge, which contains a multitude of...

All we are saying…
All we are saying…

Visitors to Nehalem’s White Clover Grange will discover more seeds than ever this Sunday, March 4, when the Give Seeds a Chance seed exchange returns for its fifth year.

Guests will be able to pick up herb, vegetable, flower and native...