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A trek with knoll limits
A trek with knoll limits

Sweeping views and a host of wildlife will be among the rewards for those who persevere on the Friday, Aug. 10, birding walk to Lincoln City’s Knoll.

Hosted by the Audubon Society of Lincoln City, the two-to three-hour walk will see...

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Pick up some debris skills
Pick up some debris skills

Training on how to deal with marine debris will be on offer in Newport on Saturday, Aug. 18, in a free workshop offered by the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST).

The COASST Marine Debris program is focused on the intersection...

Seabirds and more on this science hike
Seabirds and more on this science hike

A seabird science hike set for Friday, Aug. 3, in Manzanita’s Oswald West State Park will take participants into a corridor of conservation that stretches three miles out to sea.

The excursion, organized by the Friends of Cape Marine...

You’re shore to spot something
You’re shore to spot something

Whale spotting opportunities will abound in Depoe Bay this Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29, as the Oregon Chapter of the American Cetacean Society hosts its Seventh Annual Summer Whale Watch Weekend.

The event will see volunteers and...

Reserve some time to see birds
Reserve some time to see birds

Oswald West State Park is the gateway to the Cape Falcon Maine Reserve. Together, these areas create a corridor of conservation stretching from the land to three miles into the sea. This Friday, July 20, from 10 am to noon, members of the Friends of...

Scientists pool knowledge with bioblitz
Scientists pool knowledge with bioblitz

Budding citizen scientists are invited to help researchers build their understanding of coastal ecology in a bioblitz event scheduled for Monday, July 16, near Manzanita.

located just north of Manzanita, Neah-Kah-Nie Beach connects with Cape...

Find your marbles, with bird survey
Find your marbles, with bird survey

Registration is now open for the 13th Annual Marbled Murrelet community science survey, which aims to catalog sightings of the endangered bird in and around Yachats.

This area is Oregon’s stronghold for the murrelet and includes the...

An im-peck-able itinerary
An im-peck-able itinerary

The Audubon Society of Lincoln City will lead a beginner-friendly birding walk through the Villages natural area and Roads End Sate Park this Friday, July 13.

The group will be looking and listening for summer visitors such as warblers and...

Shore group celebrates silver
Shore group celebrates silver

The CoastWatch program will celebrate 25 years of caring for Oregon’s beaches this Saturday, July 7, with a pair of presentations and a guided walk at Gleneden Beach.

CoastWatch is the volunteer shoreline monitoring program of the Oregon...

Tide pooling our resources
Tide pooling our resources

The Friends of Netarts Bay are hosting two special free events this weekend to encourage people to get outside and explore nature while learning more about the natural resources of the area, their cultural significance and how to responsibly enjoy...

Try a little twitter diplomacy
Try a little twitter diplomacy

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...