THE EXPLORER'S GUIDE TO THE OREGON COAST
Top Spots for Spring Birdwatching in Cannon Beach Oregon
Top Spots for Spring Birdwatching in Cannon Beach Oregon
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Thousands of Common Murres crowd the near shore rocks of Chapman Point at the north end of Cannon Beach, Oregon.
Spring is a great time to head to Cannon Beach to spot puffins, eagles, murres and more. Here's where to find them. Highlighted by the return of the comical Tufted... [read more]
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View of Chapman Point and Bird Rocks in the north end of Cannon Beach.
With beautiful sandy beaches stretching out between scenic rainforest-covered headlands and dramatic rocky coastlines, the North Oregon Coast offers unimaginable beauty at every turn. Some of the Oregon Coast's great... [read more]
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Visit Four Historic Lighthouses With Bandon as Your Base
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Using Bandon as a base, Oregon Coast visitors can easily tour four lighthouses on easy day trips that include some of the State's most beautiful stretches of coastline. The Oregon Coast's historic lighthouses are icons of the region's maritime past and they sit in some...
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Roosevelt Elk at Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach
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Widely known for its spectacular scenery, Oregon's coast is also a vibrant natural area and home to an amazing diversity of wildlife, especially in spring. Many visitors to the Oregon Coast think of this as just a place to enjoy spectacular scenery, go for long...
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Depoe Bay is home to the Whale Watching Center and a hot spot for whale watching on the Central Oregon Coast.
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You'll have one whopper of a fish story if you take the time to watch for the magnificent Gray Whales passing the Oregon Coast during one of their twice-yearly migrations. With a "whoosh" that can be heard from a half mile away, a Gray Whale...
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A sunset view from Heceta Head near Florence, Oregon
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Between Lincoln City and Florence, you'll find seven easily accessible viewpoints you shouldn't miss when traveling the Central Oregon Coast. Waves surge up a narrow channel in the rocky shoreline, exploding on the rocks into a fine mist and foamy cloud, then "whoosh!," a plume...
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View of the beach at Bandon from Coquille Point
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They are some of the most accessible locations that also reward visitors with stunning vistas that everyone should see when traveling the southern portion of Oregon's coast. You won't want to miss these five great viewpoints on the South Oregon Coast. Rocky spires rise dramatically...
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