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A beautiful day in Bandon with lots of folks enjoying the beeach. There were lots of murres and cormorants and western gulls gathered on the offshore islands for nesting season. Resting seals were present, as well as other bird sightings.  Lots of ochre sea stars were seen on the exposed rocks between Coquille Point and Face Rock.

Conditions

Temperature: 55 F. Wind Velocity: Moderate. Wind Direction: N. Tide Level: -0.5 feet.

Human Activities

Number of people: 51. Number of dogs: 9. Walking or running: 40. Other Activities: 2 people bicycling.

Vehicles

Cars/trucks parking: 14.

Notable Wildlife

Seals resting on rocks at Coquille Point and on Cat & Kittens Rocks. Many small groups of migrating shore birds flying by. Falcon seen near Face Rock. 2 Canadian geese nesting on top of Cathedral Rock.

Driftline Content

No driftline content visible

New Development

Bluff development. New house under construction on the bluff across from Face Rock

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