Mile 264 Report
July 3, 2008
Other Mile 264 Reports (15)
January 7, 2021 - rbourkeDune removal. See photos. Also, the Facebook drilling was active with a large loud machine working.
August 15, 2020 - rbourkeMore cars parked at the end of Pollock Ave. than ever before and more people on the beach than previous years.
April 20, 2020 - rbourkeThe large sign on the sand at marker 34B of Sitka Sedge Park warning against driving any further north on the beach has been pushed down.
March 13, 2020 - rbourkeHeavy equipment in place, noise curtains installed and removal of all vegitation on the lot, save for a few feet between shoreline and chain link fencing.
November 11, 2018 - rbourkeDune fire pit much closer to beach grass that what is allowed.
May 28, 2011 - rbourkeAll in all the beach was pretty clean.
April 4, 2010 - rbourkeThe big change was the addition of new riprap that covers the ocean frontage on about 10 lots, most built.
October 17, 2009 - smish73There were 2 boats close to shore speeding. Within the hour a 2-3 foot juvenile salmon shark washed up bleeding with a prop cut that severed it's tail. cause of death most likely suffocation and...
August 22, 2009 - rbourkeLarge quantities of horse manure at driftline, piles every 3 or 4 feet for an extensive length of the beach, extending into mile 265. We find such a large quantity of horse manure troubling and worry...
March 8, 2009 - rbourkeOnly remarkable change is the large number of jellyfish washed up at tideline.
October 25, 2008 - rbourkeAbout normal for this time of year. Less dune erosion than in some previous years.
September 9, 2007 - rbourkeBeach was very clean and uncrowded.
May 7, 2007 - connierbruceDid not notice anything unusual this visit. Tide as far out as we have ever seen it, lots of rocks exposed, shorebird flocks in migration, no dead birds or marine mamals.
April 28, 2007 - rbourkevery little to note. Beach was very clean. Thank you SOLV!
February 18, 2007 - rbourkeDue to the bad weather, very little human or bird activity. Extremely large piece of a ship, barge or dock on north end of mile 264. This could present a danger if anyone was close and it was hit...