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    New Wildlife Presentations at Cape Perpetua

    The Cape Perpetua Visitors Center is offering two great events related to rare, protected species on the Oregon coast: gray whales and silverspot butterflies.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Humans and Animals Alike Receive Special Treatment on Enrichment Day

    Enrichment Day will showcase that, with over 15,000 animals, Oregon Coast Aquarium staff have plenty of experience with keeping an ocean of critters entertained.

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    Sharing the Coast Conference 2018

    Connect with fellow coast lovers as Cannon Beach hosts this year's Sharing the Coast Conference from Oregon Shores.

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    Marine Science Day 2018

    Come behind-the-scenes for a peek at the cutting-edge research, education and outreach in marine sciences!

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    Portland Japanese Gardens

    On the forested slopes of the West Hills in Portland you will find what’s widely considered one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside of Japan.

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    Namhliitnhl Nishchima’muu: Our Culture & History

    Join Jesse Beers of the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians for a fascinating glimpse into these native peoples' tools, history and stories.

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    The Oregon Dunes: A Vanishing Landscape

    The Oregon dunes are disappearing before our eyes. Learn about this unique landscape from local author and U.S. Forest Service Volunteer, Dina Pavlis.

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    Fort Rock State Park

    The remains of an ancient volcano, Fort Rock provided shelter for native peoples and numerous outdoor adventures for modern explorers.

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    Hiking The Crack in the Ground

    This unique geologic formation is located in a remote part of Oregon but offers some amazing hiking opportunities.

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    Here on the Edge: The Story of Civilian Public Service Camp #56 with Steve McQuiddy

    Author Steve McQuiddy presents the story of how a small group of World War II conscientious objectors on the Oregon Coast plowed the ground for social and cultural revolution.

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