Shoreline Education for Awareness, Inc.

Category: SEA Updates


Horned Puffin helping chick break out

Have you ever said to a friend or family member that s/he has to come out of her/his shell? Well, watch this video and see how tenderly (and maybe proudly?) this puffin parent helped draw the chick from its shell!!!…

Read More

What’s the deal with gorse??

What’s the Deal with Gorse? By Kate Iaquinto I was recently at a meeting in town and the topic of invasive species came up. A person in the audience commented that the Gorse Action Group in town was in her…

Read More

US FISH & WILDLIFE INTERN OPENING

  Internship Opportunity: Bandon Marsh and Oregon Islands NWR Internship Title: Refuge Operations Intern (1 Position) Internship Sponsor: Shoreline Education for Awareness, Inc. (www.sea-edu.org) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex Internship Location: Oregon…

Read More

Whale Migration is Upon Us

If you live on the Oregon coast or are planning a visit, remember that in December gray whales can be regularly seen swimming past our shores as they migrate South to Mexico. You can learn all the details about this…

Read More

Urchin Barrens are Big Trouble!!

We seeing urchin overpopulation devastation right in front of us on the Oregon coast. To get an idea of the scope of the problem, check out this link to an article from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. A…

Read More

Hope for the Future

What have you heard about the concept of “regenerative agriculture?” Watch this short film and judge for yourself. Is it a band aid or a major surgery for the destructive effects of agri-business? Regenerative Agriculture Of course, this isn’t all…

Read More

A Fun Video to Watch

As I was searching the internet for links to SEA, I came across this video that was filmed by LightCurve on the Road – Fousie in 2011. I was stunned by the beautiful way this video captures what SEA is…

Read More