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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Depoe Bay is home to the Whale Watching Center and a hot spot for whale watching on the Central Oregon Coast.
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... [read more]
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Sea Lions at Sea Lion Caves near Florence, Oregon
Year-round, you'll find all manner of wildlife watching on the Oregon Coast and we've gathered a variety of locations that make wild encounters easy. Along 363 miles of an unforgettable... [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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Peter Iredale Shipwreck, Fort Stevens State Park
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Astoria's historical attractions shine a beacon on the events and characters that shaped this important West Coast seaport founded in 1811. It was the terminus of the Lewis and Clark expedition and later Oregon's first boom town, a hub for fur traders and a port...
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Mammoth waves make Shore Acres State Park one of the top spots for wave watching on the Oregon Coast.
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Oregon's rocky coastline makes a dramatic setting to watch sea meet shore with unfathomable force and there are several prime viewpoints to watch the action unfold. The Oregon Coast is no stranger to dramatic natural displays. Thundering waves crash with explosive power against sheer cliffs...
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