Welcome to the south coast of Oregon. If you are visiting during the summer, then SEA invites you to come on out to one of the sites where wet station wildlife interpreters to help you learn more about the wildlife around you. You will easily recognize SEA’s wildlife interpreters in their blue jackets or shirts with the SEA logo as they will be equipped with spotting scopes, field guides and informational brochures. Volunteers will be on duty at Face Rock Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from now until July 29 and at Simpson Reef every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from now to September 4. Come visit us at one of these locations:
Simpson Reef & Shell Island – SEA provides wildlife interpreters through the summer at the Simpson Reef Overlook parking lot about one mile south of the entrance to Shore Acres State Park on the Cape Arago Highway. Interpreters are available through Labor Day on weekends or as volunteers are available.
Face Rock – SEA provides wildlife interpreters during the spring at the Face Rock overlook parking lot 1/4 mile south of 11th Street in Bandon. Interpreters are available on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through July 31.
Wildlife information – A selection of brochures and information is provided in this site under our Wildlife link.