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Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach is more than just an Oregon Coast Landmark
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Haystack Rock by Anne HornyakOne of the most photographed places in Oregon is the Oregon Coast and one of the most photographed features on the Oregon Coast has to be Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach.

Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach is a 235-foot tall sea stack (aka monolith) and is the third-tallest such "intertidal" structure in the world. A popular tourist destination, the rock is adjacent to the beach and accessible by foot during low tide. Haystack Rock tide pools are home to many intertidal animals, including starfish, anemone, crabs, chitons, limpets, and sea slugs. The rock is also a refuge for many sea birds, including terns and puffins.

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Photos of one of our favorite Oregon Coast Birds: The Belted Kingfisher - We call her "Spike"
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Most Oregon Coast Natives are Friendly ...a few require convincing
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What are you doing on MY Turf??

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If you give me plenty of room you will be allowed to pass unharmed...

Photo by Donna Smith

 
Brown Pelicans return to the Oregon Coast today & catch up with old friends
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Photos by Our Oregon Coast

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Beautiful Oregon Coast morning was just for the birds -part 2

Photos by OurOregonCoast.com

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This Beautiful Oregon Coast morning was just for the birds - From Egrets to Bald Eagles, part one

Photos by OurOregonCoast.com

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Photos from our Beautiful Oregon Coast
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Oregon Shorebird Festival celebrates its 24th year on the Southern Oregon Coast
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Oregon Shorebird FestivalThe Oregon Shorebird Festival, one of the longest running bird festivals in Oregon, will  be celebrating the 24th annual Oregon Shorebird festival on August 27-29, 2010. A full weekend of activities planned for birders of all skill levels.

The festival is headquartered at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology in Charleston, OR. Activities include expertly guided land based field trips to Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, New River and the Coos Bay area. And for those who want to experience birding on the water, The Bird Guide, Inc. will offer a pelagic trip on Saturday. Expected seabirds include Black-footed Albatross, Parasitic Jaeger, Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel, Sooty & Pink-footed Shearwater, Pomarine Jaeger, Red-necked Phalarope, Cassin's Auklets, and more.

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Oregon Coast Bird Photos
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By naturepic08 on flickr

Giant Blue Heron

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Black Oystercatcher taking his Sunday bath in an Oregon Coast tidepool
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Brown pelicans who lingered on the Oregon Coast through the winter released into the wild
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By Lynne Terry for The Oregonian

Brown PelicanA brown pelican regains freedom after months in rehab at the Wildlife Center of the North Coast near Astoria. Nearly a dozen were released this month and about 20 more will be freed in the weeks ahead. They washed up on Oregon beaches in January and February at a time when they should have been in California and Mexico.Nearly a dozen brown pelicans that bewildered scientists by lingering this winter on the Oregon coast instead of flying south have been returned to the wild.

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