#Oregon Coast


US: A strange and giant fish was found on the Oregon coast, such fish are found in the depths of the sea

Oregon: A strange and giant fish has been seen on the Oregon coast close to the North-East America Highway. This fish has big black eyes and silver-colored specks on its body. The weight of this giant fish is about 45 kg. This giant fish is colorful, which has been identified as Opah fish. It is commonly known as Moonfish or Redfin Ocean Pan. Keith Chandler, general manager of Seaside Aquarium, told CNN that he is a very fine fish, and we don't usually see him at the seaside. However, the local people were extremely thrilled after seeing such a rare fish. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said researchers still do not know much about opah fish, as they are commonly found in the depths of the ocean.
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US: A strange and giant fish was found on the Oregon coast, such fish are found in the depths of the sea

Looking for a home: Adoptable pets in Lane County

Titan is a 2-year-old Husky with blue eyes lots of personality. He loves chasing the Frisbee, romping around the yard and sitting for treats!. He is looking for an active family that he can join on hikes and adventures to help burn off all his energy. His ideal day would consist of a long walk, a game of fetch outside and some couch snuggles later in the day.
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Lincoln County, ORNewport News-Times

Goal 18 decision postponed again

The Lincoln County Planning Commission met Monday with the intention of making the final decision regarding Goal 18 exceptions for three properties in Lincoln County, but once again it had to postpone the final vote to allow the Lincoln County Planning Department time to properly organize its findings for each individual applicant.
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Oregon Statebeachconnection.net

Classical Music Fest Returns to Central Oregon Coast in September

(Lincoln City, Oregon) – Starting in the late ‘80s, it's been a fixture on the Oregon coast for classical aficionados. With the exception of last year during the pandemic, the Siletz Bay Music Festival has been a staple of live music each year, though it did manage to go strictly digital in 2020. This year, however, it's back and it's spread its wings from Lincoln City down to Newport, with nine days boasting 12 performance and dozens of virtuosos in both jazz and classical.
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2021 Our Coast Outdoors: Coastal lighthouses

The light shot out from the side of the cliff and slid over the ocean’s face, pulling ragged wave peaks out of the darkness and illuminating the jaws of the rocks around Heceta Head. At first I thought I was looking at headlights, someone parked close to the edge of...
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Oregon State Parks Expanded The Overlook At Cape Kiwanda In Pacific City, And The Views Are Breathtaking

Cape Kiwanda is one of the most iconic places in Oregon; its hilly dunes and craggy coastline are almost otherworldly. Each year, many people come to see this spectacular natural wonder in person, which can be viewed from a large overlook. Unfortunately, this place of sublime beauty is also one of great tragedy; Cape Kiwanda […] The post Oregon State Parks Expanded The Overlook At Cape Kiwanda In Pacific City, And The Views Are Breathtaking appeared first on Only In Your State.

2021 Our Coast Outdoors: Beachcombing and mudlarking on the North Coast

After millennia of Indigenous peoples living on the land, two centuries of European exploration and inhabitancy, and scores of shipwrecks off the coast, the Columbia-Pacific has a treasure trove of historical artifacts waiting to be uncovered. Locals and visitors search for these relics as active hobbies, as ways to tidy...

Wind and sea, and research information too

On a short bike ride along the coast north of Yachats, I ducked into Smelt Sands State Park. There, a volunteer with the Cape Perpetua Collaborative was patiently waiting in a stiff cold breeze, ready to tell visitors about the reach of the Pacific Ocean behind her back. That part...

2021 Our Coast Outdoors: Mountain biking

More trails, more bikers, and (hopefully) fewer closures … will all add up to more fun on the Klootchy Creek mountain biking trails network. In 2020, coronavirus pandemic restrictions and weather conditions (wet and/or dry) led to blanket closures of trail systems across the state. In early July 3 2021,...
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The Era of Beach Driving May Be Coming to a Close

This article was produced by Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts. To access the beach, Nicole Boulden eased her all-wheel drive Dodge Durango from the highway down a steep, rock-strewn access road toward the ocean. Behind her, Boulden’s friend Kari Layman, 47, drove a Dodge Caravan very carefully down the same path.
Newport, ORoregoncoasttoday.com

Ready, willing and able

Since Duke Kahanamoku was first seen riding a wave on a board that probably weighed as much as a small modern car, surfing has grown to be a popular activity that has even spawned its own lingo and fashion style. For people that face challenges resulting from limb loss, limb...

Curiosities, Ancient Surprises Near Cannon Beach, N. Oregon Coast

(Cannon Beach, Oregon) – Scenic pleasures and wild to mild means of repose abound at Hug Point, just south of Cannon Beach, with that waterfall, a cave or three, and the old road carved out of the rock. Crusty creatures emerge with regularity inside the tidepools here, which change locations on occasion. Calming to slightly crazed conditions create a fun tideline experience, while winter can bring enormous storms that fill the cove area with insane oceanic chaos, creating an astounding spectacle.
Idaho StatePost Register

'Ocean to Idaho' film premiere swims into Idaho Falls next month

Getting the film footage documenting the 850-mile migration of salmon from the Oregon coast to central Idaho looked to be in serious jeopardy after Kris Millgate nearly destroyed her main camera 200 miles into the trip. It happened when a gust of wind blew off her favorite grizzly bear baseball...
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The Perfect Willamette Valley Weekend Itinerary in Oregon

Post Summary: The perfect Willamette Valley weekend itinerary for outdoor lovers. Just a short drive south is the Willamette Valley, filled with gorgeous wineries, relaxing stays, and a little adventure too!. In this post, we’re highlighting some things to do for 3 days in the Willamette Valley to help you...