Mile 207 Report
January 2, 2009
Other Mile 207 Reports (24)
June 5, 2022 - SierraCoolwareToday I came across a small seal or sea lion about 4 feet in length washed up on the shore. I thought it was dead, but then I noticed it had opened its eyes but I could tell it was very lethargic. It...
May 18, 2022 - SierraCoolwareWalking my mile, I noticed a tiny spotted baby seal washed up inbetween some surf tumbled sandstone. Nature has such a wonderful way of blending life with nature. The tide had turned and high tide...
April 12, 2022 - SierraCoolwareI have never seen a tiny octopus in the wild. As I was walking my mile and looking in the tidepools, something caught my eye. I thought maybe it was a tiny squid swimming in the tidepool, but it was...
January 4, 2022 - SierraCoolwareIn beginning January 2022, as I walk this stretch of beach every day, I noticed a very large entwined and tangled piece of rope and plastic that had washed up on the shore. I was concerned that it...
June 8, 2019 - dewiedeh
June 8, 2016 - BatthecatThis was a Citizen Science day with Fawn Custer celebrating World Oceans Day at Seal Rock, on the beach just south of the State Park.
May 15, 2013 - Maxine CNormal human and dog activity for this time of year. Spring migration of birds underway--whimbrels on the beach, geese overhead. A bright red sea star, Pacific henricia, seen in a tidepool earlier...
August 5, 2011 - dianemaloneyLots of people enjoying a very nice day. No notable changes in the cliffs or beach.
May 29, 2011 - dianemaloneyAll appears normal. Some of the people living on NW Short Street are still dumping their green waste (tree branches and brush) over the cliff. Seems a shame.Today, even though it was cloudy and cool...
April 22, 2011 - dianemaloneySorry to post this report so late.Beautiful day and very few people.
January 10, 2011 - dianemaloneyIt was a sunny day Not too many people walking, rockhunting. It had rained the day before so that water was cascading down from the parking lot faster than usual
October 29, 2010 - dianemaloneyGorgeous day. Beaches were quite clean.One of the dead birds was a pelican the other either a young seagull or a seabird I couldn't identify.
August 13, 2010 - dianemaloneyLots of exposed rocks and stones brought out the rock hounds.
April 14, 2010 - dianemaloneyExtraordinarily low tide made for an interesting walk.
April 10, 2010 - dianemaloneyNorth of the parking lot much sand has been removed by wave action. Agate hunters were in abundance as it was a beautiful day.
March 10, 2010 - dianemaloneyThere are 6 stairways which come from homes down to the beach on this mile. Virtually all have been severely damaged where they end at the beach. I have never seen them used by anyone.
January 27, 2010 - dianemaloneyNothing unusual to report.
October 6, 2009 - dianemaloneyOther than the brush tossed over the bluff 200 yards north of the parking lot the beach looks great.
June 24, 2009 - dianemaloneyJune 24 was a beautiful day and the tide was as low as it has been in years - thus the crowd. The beach was less littered than we have ever seen it and there was a wide variety of activity.
April 5, 2009 - dianemaloneyIt was a sunny day with virtually no wind. There was very little litter from the land or sea. Seeing the oystercatcher right there on the sand was a treat for us. One group of people found a glass...
February 11, 2009 - dianemaloneyNothing alarming or unusual to report. All looked well. Absolutely gorgeous day.
August 27, 2008 - dianemaloneyThis was our first observation. The beach looked normal and free from human debris. The erosion we saw (small landslide) looked fairly recent.
June 12, 2007 - Maxine CSludgy deposit on beach from yesterday's phytoplankton bloom. Sea palms washed up.
January 1, 2007 - Prince HalThe sandstone (or mudstone – I think I’ve called it both) benches in the southern two-thirds of the mile were much more exposed than last time. The large stump/rootwad base has continued to be...