Spring Bioblitz Events

Hey there everyone!

Ian here just dropping a line to all you avid naturalists letting you know we haven't forgotten about our promise regarding Spring Bioblitz Events. We are still in the process of picking dates and organizing support, but we have three definite events to carry out before the summer is in full swing.

First up, we are planning for another inter-tidal Bioblitz that will be carried out with our partners from Oregon State Parks. This will likely take place at the various state parks in the Cape Perpetua region, similar to last years event at the Neptune state park. Unlike last year, we will also be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beach Bill -the bill which slated all of Oregon's beaches to public ownership- which will involve pick-nicks and a look back at Oregon's development and protection of our coastal lands.

Second on the docket is a Bioblitz event focused on assessing the current state of Ochre Seastars in the region. As you may ...more ↓

Posted on April 17, 2017 05:05 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 ↓

Mini ian_throckmorton created this project on May 30, 2016

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