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 we 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.
Our volunteers will be on duty Friday through Sunday at Face Rock or Coquille Point in Bandon from May through July and at Simpson Reef every Friday through Sunday from May through Labor Day Weekend.
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.
Face Rock/Coquille Point – SEA provides wildlife interpreters during the spring at the Face Rock overlook parking lot 1/4 mile south of 11th Street in Bandon or at Coquille Point on the west end of 11th Street.
If you are staying at Bullard’s Beach State Park, there are very interesting, fun and informative programs available to visitors.
Check back for our upcoming calendar of events for 2020!
- Ready for an adventure?
If you would enjoy having a local expert guide you on an outing along our beautiful Coos County coastline, check out this link to fun, adventure, and environmental education all in one.
- Wave Crest Discoveries. Have fun. Be safe. Protect the wildlife and the environment. We’re glad you’re here.