2018 is off to a GREAT start!

Hey there everyone, it's time for another update and some speculation at upcoming BioBlitz events to participate in.

Firstly, we have a guest speaker lined up to give a talk near the end of this month at the Visitor Center. We hope to add on a BioBlitz event to this, but are still in planning to ensure the guest is comfortable and prepared to handle all you avid naturalists. Stay tuned for any quick updates should we have an event this January.

Looking to the spring, this years World Migratory Bird Day is on May 12th. We have yet to conduct any land based surveys for seabirds, and this would be a perfect event to build a BioBlitz around. Plans are still in the works, so keep an eye to your Notifications as we update you with our progress.

And, to close out the first half of the year, we are working in partnership with the Oregon Coast Aquarium to conduct a BioBlitz event in coordination with all of the other Marine Reserve communities here in Oregon. ...more ↓

Posted on January 12, 2018 02:17 AM by ian_throckmorton ian_throckmorton | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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The major goals of this project are:

- To help coordinate efforts for the development of a database of species presence in the Cape Perpetua greater area along Oregon’s central coast. This area has recently been designated a Globally Significant Important Bird Area for the Marbled Murrelet.

- Partner with state and federal agencies to gather baseline data and identify as many ...more ↓

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