Mile 327 Report
November 21, 2015
Other Mile 327 Reports (12)
January 1, 2020 - sultanymWindy, cloudy late afternoon beach walk covering 0.44 miles of mile 327. Significant amount of sea foam blowing across the sand and along the low tide line. Large woody debris and tree trunk washed...
June 13, 2019 - sultanymA quiet, cloudy mid-morning walk on Del Rey Beach, mile 327 with people clamming, walking, and sitting on the beach. Little wind and mild day. Observed a dead California sea lion on the beach near...
April 21, 2019 - sultanymHuman activities: I observed 15 people on the beach, 10 were clamming at the low tide line and 5 were sitting on the beach. Along this mile, there was much evidence of clamming with mounds of wet...
March 4, 2019 - Merce and MichaelEvidence of driving on dunes where vehicles aren't allowed.
July 18, 2018 - SimonetalLovely day at the beach with many others enjoying recreation.
November 15, 2016 - SimonetalWindy, cloudy wintery day on beach at high king tide. Surf comes up to edge of dunes and near the end of the asphalt surface of access road to beach at Del Rey entrance. At 9:30 am we saw 8 fulmars...
May 10, 2016 - Bob HarveyDead sea lion 2 miles N of Del Rey Beach access, on the beach. Headless and still 7 ft. long
December 30, 2015 - SimonetalLovely cold day at beach with few recreational activities underway, including three horses out for a beach ride. Tides have been high into the dunes, to the very top over last week's king tides and...
January 17, 2015 - SimonetalNice windy day; lots of folks out driving the beach and a few hardy souls walking.
December 20, 2014 - SimonetalFound three dead birds (2 common murres, 1 red phalarope). High tide was at 6.6' hitting the low slope of the dunes and rushing into the roadway at least 100'. Only saw 2 people walking, and 2 cars...
April 3, 2010 - SimonetalHeard reports of glass floats being found; we found none. Very stormy, cold day. Few people out walking dogs or traveling the beach mile by vehicle.
January 13, 2008 - tsunamiA bit more trash on the beach than usual, mixed with driftwood / seaweed, most likely washed in as a result of the heavy surf / high tides.The high water was tending to squeeze the pedestrians and...