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MILE 298 on 4/16/11   -   NKN PETE
LOCATIONTillamook  •  Nehalem Beach, Nehalem Bay SP
CONDITIONSSaturday 9:30 AM  •  Cloudy  •  48° F  •  Wind: Moderate from the W  •  Tide: 4 ft
HUMANSPeople: 14
ACTIVITIESour survey team
CONCERNSApparent violations: none
DISTURBANCES
VEHICLES
ACTIV.COMMENTS
NOTABLE WILDLIFEdiscoloration of water in surf due to algae bloom
DEAD BIRDSTotal: 0
STRANDEDTotal: 0
FISH & INVERTS
DRIFTLINEKelp/Algae
NEW DEVELOPMENT
MODIFICATIONS
NATURAL CHANGES
COMMENTSBeach very clean only collected one SOLV bag of trash. We had 12 members of our NKN Natural Resource/Envir. Club survey & collect litter. We cut Scotch Broom for the Nehalem Bay state park when we finished our shore work.
SUMMARYBeach very clean only collected one SOLV bag of trash. We had 12 members of our NKN Natural Resource/Envir. Club survey & collect litter. We cut Scotch Broom for the Nehalem Bay state park when we finished our shore work.
OBSERVERnkn pete EMAIL   •  REPORT PUBLISHED 4/17/11 10:12 PM
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