Mile 124 Report

December 13, 2007
by B Gray

Location:
Coos
South end of North Spit Coos Bay
Conditions:
Thursday 9:30 AM
Sunny
Wind:
Calm/Light
Humans / Pets:
People:
2
Activities:
Beach Patrol
Concerns:
Disturbances:
Vehicles:
Cars/Trucks on beach, allowed:
2
Activity Comments:
Notable Wildlife:
Large number of Sanderlings foraging at the surfline.
Dead Birds:
Stranded:
Fish & Invertebrates:
Driftline:
Shells·Small rocks·Wood pieces
New Development:
Modifications:
Natural Changes:
Comments:
Summary:
Shells, small rocks and wood pieces in the driftline. Large number of Sanderlings foraging at the surfline. Low human impact (2)-Beach Patrol. Two street vehicles within allowed area.
Other Mile 124 Reports (6)

2007

September 15, 2007 - B Gray
Kelp/algae, shells, animal casings, and small rocks in the driftline. Shore birds foraging in the driftline. Many dead and dying crabs being fed on the Western gulls. One BLM truck within allowed...
July 1, 2007 - oceanorg
This is a very beautiful section of beach. the entire upper section of this beach is roped off for snowy plover. Very little human activity but quite a bit of human litter from high tides. You can...
  • Bald eagle on dead sea lion
  • 55 gal drum
  • Bald Eagle
  • Rope, some kind of fishing cage
  • Rope Debris
June 8, 2007 - B Gray
Kelp/algae, shells, small rocks, wood pieces and ocean-based debris in driftline. Foraging shore in surf. One foraging crow and one sea gull with a crab. Low human impact (1)- driving a street...
March 9, 2007 - B Gray
Shells, small rocks, wood pieces and land-based debris in driftline. Three gulls and numerous foraging sanderlings. Erosion of vegetated foredune by Coos Bay North Jetty. Low Human impact (0). 2...

2006

December 12, 2006 - B Gray
Foraging shorebirds. Kelp, algae, and wood pieces in driftline. One dead Harbor seal and 1 dead and decayed sea lion. A few plastic bottles. 2 county law enforcement vehicles on beach. Low Human...
September 21, 2006 - B Gray
Foraging shorebirds on surfline. 1 dead CommonMurre. Low human impact (0).