Battered by wind and rain, the Cape Blanco lighthouse still stands vigil over Oregon's South Coast as the state's oldest continually operating light. Can you find this Landmark Place?
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One of only a few river lighthouses in Oregon, this small structure was part of a larger lifesaving operation to make crossing the Coquille River bar safer for everyone.
The ocean on one side, a major river on the other, and a historic lighthouse in between. This small state park has so much to explore!
The tragically true story of how a legendary rock sacred to coastal Native Americans became rubble to build a jetty.
The Oregon Coast has thousands of islands sitting just offshore... and all of them are part of the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge. Learn how this immense sanctuary aids both sea birds and scientists.
Like any natural area, the Oregon Coast has been shaped by fire. Here are the most notable ones over the last two centuries.
Fire is a natural force of renewal in wild areas, but it can also have a devastating impact on human communities. Learn how wild fire helps shape the environment around us.
Gorse Weed is an invasive plant with brilliant yellow flowers. Many visitors to the Oregon Coast love to photograph it, but in 1936 this plant helped burn an entire town to the ground. Read about this true natural disaster.
If you're visiting Simpson’s Reef, chances are good you'll see a variety of marine mammals. But what's what? This visual guide will help you discover some of the reef's more common visitors.
The large outdoor laboratory of South Slough Estuarine Research Center offers a variety of ecosystems for the scientist to study... all within walking distance of each other.