"Now it’s your turn to be the explorer, the adventurer, the scientist..."
Including everything from the massive Blue Whale to the diminutive Harbor Porpoise, the Oceanscape Network is pleased to unveil a full-color identification guide to the notable cetaceans of the Oregon Coast. This is a great research tool for students, teachers or just anyone who loves whales, dolphins and porpoises. Click here for more
Captain Cook arrived at this headland on a particularly blustery day — and promptly named it Cape Foulweather. On a nice day, however, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more beautiful spot on the Central Oregon Coast. Visit this location, now added to our interactive mapping feature. Click here for more
From the massive Blue Whale to the diminutive Harbor Porpoise, this identification guide contains beautiful illustrations of each species and is a great research tool for students, teachers or just anyone who loves whales, dolphins and porpoises.
Teeth-gnashing zombies will terrorize Oregon Coast Aquarium visitors the night of Saturday, October 25, when the annual Halloween celebration, Creatures of the Night, invades the Newport-based attraction.
Discovered by Captain James Cook on a particularly stormy day, Cape Foulweather's name doesn't give due credit to the area's beauty and natural riches.
From the comfort of your home, explore the amazing natural history of the Oregon Coast and the world ocean. Discover new ways to experience or protect our natural world every day, or connect with us through our social networks.
Take your smart device along on your next outdoor adventure and use it to share your thoughts, photos or videos with other visitors through The Stream. Or use a GPS app and our Wayfind It features to explore the Oregon Coast.
Ask your teachers to create student communities and then use our scienctific inquiry modules to explore aquatic habitats and natural history topics. This feature may help Oregon high school students earn credit toward graduation!
Oregon youth are out there exploring, adventuring and learning! During the next year, we'll be featuring and expanding our Experience area to feature teens and how they're discovering Oregon!
Did you know there are over 50 original videos already on the Oceanscape Network? Upcoming videos will highlight natural areas, animal species and youth activities as narrated by their young participants.
Teens will benefit from new resources we'll be adding to Oceanscape this school year, including a guide to building effective classroom presentations and new downloadable animal guides.
Animal-realted features are some of the most popular things on the Oceanscape Network so we'll be adding many more, including expanding our Endangered Oregon series.
Explore western Oregon from the Pacific coast to the inland mountains! Our interactive mapping features lets you look at the places, ecosystems and species of our area.
During the 2014-15 school year, you and your students can look forward to two new inquiry modules which conform to Oregon State educational standards!
If you're an educator, sign up today for your free user account by clicking the EDUCATE link. Our unique interface allows your students to access guided scientific inquiry modules.
The Oceanscape Network highlights conservation efforts throughout the Pacific Northwest and allows you to share your own projects to help save the Earth through The Stream.
Touring Cape Foulweather
Check our interactive map to find this newly added location on Oregon's Central Coast.