Mile 229 Report
December 13, 2020
Other Mile 229 Reports (13)
December 22, 2018 - njwhiteMile # 229 consists of a rocky basalt coastline which rises approximately 50-70 feet from the ocean, making the area close to the ocean inaccessible. There is walkway in the community of Little Whale...
August 28, 2018 - njwhiteObserved young Black Oystercatcher and parent on the rocks near the whale watching platform. We took part in a Black Oystercatcher study this past spring to see if a nesting spot could be located....
November 4, 2017 - njwhitePictures were taken from a central point along mile 229 looking to the north and south
November 12, 2010 - [email protected]Beautiful fall day between storms. Lots of woody material and kelp at upper part of beach, indicating a very high surf/tide event in recent past. Three seagulls bathing in Little Whale Cove at time...
July 19, 2008 - SKreinSaw and photographed a great blue heron. It was first seen fishing in small pool of water beneath a log. These herons often seek food (fish) in areas where fresh and salt water are close by, as is...
September 30, 2007 - SKreinWe noted several concerns with newly-developed property at Little Whale Cove. The Property manager stated that there were State Lands people she could bring in to talk to the property owner. This...
June 19, 2007 - SKreinA local beach cleanup was held on Sunday, June 17, so there is very little to report in the way of debris in the cove. Most of the logs that had come in over the past quarter were cut and burned,...
April 5, 2007 - spleagueVery little debris on the beach in the cove.