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    Discovering Marine Discovery Tours

    Marine Discovery Tours combines marine education with entertainment for thousands of visitors interested in exploring the Oregon coast.

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    The Ecology of Seabirds and Forage Fish in Oregon's Estuaries and Nearshore Waters

    Join the popular "Science on Tap" program for a look at the diversity of avian and marine species that key into the run of herring and other forage fish on the Oregon coast.

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    Farewell To Our Whale Friends

    The Fords reflects on their time enjoying the annual whale migration through the Hawaiian Islands.

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    By-the-Wind Sailors Make Landfall in Oregon

    Learn about the brilliant blue jellies that often wash up on Oregon beaches in alarming quantities every Spring.

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    An Intimate Look at Nesting Peregrine Falcons

    Learn about recent peregrine falcon nesting at Yaquina Head in this free public event.

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    Siletz River Cleanup

    The public is invited to help clean-up the Siletz River on Saturday April 8th, 2017.

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    Mary D. Hume Shipwreck Photo

    Photo share: Oceanscape Network user Leroy Brown kindly submitted this beautiful photo of the Mary D. Hume shipwreck.

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    Year of the Vaquita 2017 March Update

    The second module of our high school vaquita curriculum is now available.

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    You “Otter” Run Wild at Aquarium 5K & Kids’ Dash

    The Oregon Coast Aquarium's 5K & Kids' Dash is open to all runners whether they are speedy, slow or somewhere in-between

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    Creating Paradise: A Poet's Palm Forest

    Brandon and Virginia leave the high seas for a tour of an isolated palm forest renowned for its exotic and beautiful species.

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    Haystack Rock Awareness Program Volunteer Training

    Join the Haystack Rock Awareness Program (HRAP) for training to be a Volunteer Environmental Interpreter for our Beach Programs on April 8th, 2017.

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    Whale Watching Spoken Here

    The Whale Watching Spoken Here program helps thousands of visitors to the Oregon coast enjoy the beauty of gray whales as they slowly migrate off shore. Three Oceanscape Network Youth Correspondents profile this program administered by the Oregon State Parks.

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    Guided Bird Walk: Birds of Alsea Bay and Eckman Lake

    Explore the expansive Alsea Bay and nearby Eckman Lake for a variety of coastal bird life in this free public event.

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    A Photographic Journey into the National Wildlife Refuge System

    Join Roy Lowe, former Refuge Manager for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for a photographic journey through Oregon's coastal refuge system.

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    Discover an Ocean of Spring Break Aquarium Adventures

    From the Columbia River to the California border, the Oregon coast is an unbeatable destination for spring break. Here's why...

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    Aquarium’s Enrichment Day is a Treat for All

    With over 15,000 animals on exhibit, Enrichment Day allows animal care experts at the Oregon Coast Aquarium to showcase how they keep the critters busy, active and healthy.

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    Sharing the Coast Conference: Focusing on Citizen Science

    This annual feast of information about shoreline natural history and science takes place March 3rd through 5th in Waldport, Oregon.

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    Year of the Vaquita 2017 February Update

    Free classroom and conservation resources.

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    Year of the Vaquita 2017

    The Oceanscape Network joins forces with WhaleTimes, Inc. and Southwest Fisheries Research Center / NOAA Fisheries, to raise awareness and offer tools to help the world's most endangered porpoise and other threatened species.

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    Feeling the Love on Maui

    The Fords discover that the appeal of Hawaii isn't just the scenery and the wildlife, but also the people and the spirit of "Aloha!"

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    Oregon Coast Highway 101

    Take a journey along the Oregon Coast Highway and enjoy 363 miles (584 km) of unmatched beauty through forests, meadows and sand dunes with breathtaking views of islands offshore.

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    Marine Science Day 2017

    Get behind-the-scenes to experience the research, education and outreach in marine sciences that makes the HMSC marine laboratory unique in the Pacific Northwest

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    Oregon Coast Aquarium to host Volunteer Recruiting Day

    The Oregon Coast Aquarium is hosting a Volunteer Recruiting Day on February 4, 2017.

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    Sea Star Dance: Melding Music with Nature

    Moved by the outbreak of sea star wasting disease that ravaged the Oregon Coast in 2015, educators and students at Lane Community College came up with a musical way to raise awareness about the plague.

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    Music and Dance

    For centuries, composers, musician and choreographers have looked to nature for inspiration. Here's why and how you can follow in their footsteps.

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