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    Programs at Cape Perpetua and Oregon Dunes, May 12 and 13

    The public is invited to participate in three amazing events hosted by the US Forest Service on the Oregon coast.

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    Floras Lake State Park

    This little known lake on Oregon's South Coast is a sanctuary containing diverse ecosystems like coastal forests, meadows, beaches and riparian areas.

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    Endangered Oregon: Hope for an Ancient Fish

    Often considered a "trash fish" in the Pacific Northwest, Native American tribes and their partners are working to change the ill-deserved reputation of the Pacific lamprey.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Aquarium Admits Rare Booby Blown Astray by Heavy Storm

    Oregon is growing accustomed to welcoming California natives across its borders. This time is was a juvenile brown booby!

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    The ABC's of Birds

    The Get Wild Series offers these fun activities for bird enthusiasts of all ages!

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    Free Wildlife Photography Class for Girls

    Girls ages 13-18 are invited to learn the art and skill of photography from the professionals in this free workshop.

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    Sea Otters on the Oregon Coast

    What is the current status of Sea Otters on the coast, and what role do they play in a healthy coast? The MidCoast Watersheds Council invites the public to attend a presentation by Robert Bailey, on April 5th, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in Newport.

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    Hawaiian Chieftain Returns to Astoria

    Historic vessel to offer tours and sails at Astoria City Dock, April 13 - April 17, 2018.

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    Michael Noack: Experiencing Gray Whales

    A state parks naturalist will discuss whale watching techniques that have worked for him along the Oregon coast.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Call for Submissions for the Coastal Learning Symposium

    The annual Coastal Learning Symposium is now accepting proposals for professional development sessions for local educators.

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