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The US Fish and Wildlife Service recently released their report on the feasibility and cost of reintroducing sea otters on the Pacific Coast, including Oregon, Washington, and California. You can find the entire report, the Executive Summary, and FAQ, here!
Five tufted puffins were spotted near the top of Face Rock, around noon, on July 15, 2022. There are four tufted puffins in this photo. Whoopee! Thanks Diane B for this photo!
As the summer season approaches SEA is recruiting volunteers to help with onsite interpretive opportunities and board members to help steer our organization into the future.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 8, 2022 Territorial Sea Plan Part Three – Rocky Habitat Management Strategy Adopted SALEM – On March 31, 2022, the Land Conservation and Development Commission unanimously adopted Part Three of the Oregon Territorial Sea Plan (TSP), the Rocky Habitat Management Strategy. The decision completed a multiple-year effort led by the OceanContinue reading “Rocky Habitat Management News”
The Oregon Coast Rocks! Here’s proof: last week the state Land Conservation and Development Commission approved two designations – Coquille Point Marine Garden near Bandon, and Cape Blanco Marine Research Area near Port Orford – to better manage Oregon’s rocky habitat and involve local communities while seeking to honor Tribal sovereignty. The Commission also approvedContinue reading “The Oregon Coast Rocks!”
We are please to share the dynamic presentation on the topic of floating offshore wind energy that was presented to SEA by Mike Graybill on March 29, 2022. Mike shared a thoroughly researched and thought provoking look at the issue.
Karen McVeigh; The Guardian (UK); Monday 29 November 2021. Link to original article: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/nov/29/nurdles-plastic-pellets-environmental-ocean-spills-toxic-waste-not-classified-hazardous Billions of these tiny plastic pellets are floating in the ocean, causing as much damage as oil spills, yet they are still not classified as hazardous. When the X-Press Pearl container ship caught fire and sank in the Indian Ocean inContinue reading “Nurdles: The Worst Toxic Waste You’ve Probably Never Heard Of”
By Seth Borenstein, Camille Fassett and Kati Perry, Associated Press Majestic, increasingly hungry and at risk of disappearing, the polar bear is dependent on something melting away on our warming planet: sea ice. In the harsh and unforgiving Arctic, where frigid cold is not just a way of life but a necessity, the polar bearContinue reading “How Warming Affects Arctic Sea Ice, Polar Bears”
Author: Teri Spencer, Shoreline Education for Awareness (SEA) member Photos: Diane Bilderback, SEA member The beaches of the Southern Oregon coast are a wonderland of beautiful and unique sights, sounds and smells. One distinct sound frequently heard along our beaches is the high-pitched, animated call and rapid chatter of the Black Oystercatchers, shorebirds that resideContinue reading “Against All Odds: The BLOY of Northern Elephant Rock”