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Category: SEA Updates


Warming poses threat to fish in spawning or embryonic stages

Article by Seth Borenstein of the Associated Press Global warming looks like it will be a bigger problem for the world’s fish species than scientists first thought: A new study shows that when fish are spawning or are embryos, they…

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A CALL TO ACTION FOR THE COAST

Here’s a great article calling all of us who live on or visit the Oregon Coast. With budget and staffing cuts due to Covid-19, we can step up and help protect and preserve the coastal places we love and use….

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Eel Grass: An Aquatic Star in Grays Harbor, WA

If you want to know more about one of the keystone species in our rocky shores habitat, read the following article from Olympia Washington’s Works in Progress newsletter. To me it underscores the fact that there are so many things…

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Bandon’s Black Oystercatcher Project

The Black Oystercatcher is a unique shorebird species that is a conspicuous and charismatic bird of the coast. Because of their small global population size, low reproductive rate, and reliance on rocky intertidal habitats, they are considered a “species of…

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READY FOR STATE PARKS?

  Are you ready to return to Oregon’s wonderful State Parks? Like many of us, you have probably been itching to get out again after having been observing the stay-at-home guidelines we have been living under. You many have questions…

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A World Without Salmon

There are so many things going on at once or our planet Earth, and with all of the news media and social networking blasting us every day – 24 hours each day, it’s getting harder to determine what’s real, what’s…

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More problems from plastic

The way humanity has been mistreating Mother Earth has rapidly risen to the top of our news media, governments (except the US government which seems intent on denying that we have environmental crises all around us) and environmental organizations. Here’s…

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Invitation to Take Action for our Coast

While we are constantly bombarded by the news media and by concerned environmentalists about all of the damage humankind is doing to our planet, it’s encouraging to learn about all the many organizations that are fighting for our future. I’m…

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It’s all connected: Tidepools, Rocky Reefs, and Marine Reserves

Since the first time I walked an ocean shoreline in Sitka, Alaska, I have been fascinated by all the creatures I saw there. My children were even more fascinated than I was, so we spent a lot of time poking…

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Sometimes Nature Needs a Little TLC

Here’s an article that Loren Morris found in Forbes Magazine a couple of days ago. It’s a beautiful example of what we can do as concerned citizen scientists who are willing to volunteer our time and talents to making a…

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