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.
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Tufted Puffins on Face Rock, Bandon, July 22, 2021
Photos taken 9:41am to 9:46am, July 22, 2021, from the beach north of Cathedral Rock, which is in the Face Rock complex, part of the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge System. Diane Bilderback, an intrepid follower of local puffins, photographed six Tufted Puffins on the lower burrows of Face Rock. The puffins are experiencing aContinue reading “Tufted Puffins on Face Rock, Bandon, July 22, 2021”
Drone Use Pressures Nesting Seabirds on the Oregon Coast
For the full story on drones and their impact on local nesting seabirds, click this link: https://usfwspacificnw.medium.com/drone-use-putting-pressure-on-nesting-seabirds-on-oregon-coast-b77241ca73ec At left, an unmanned aircraft system, also known as a drone, approaches Face Rock on the Oregon coast. Photo by Diane Bilderback.