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Oregon Coast Trail has been rerouted around Miles 110 and 109, further inland, partially on Tokyo and Whisky Run roads, through the gorse, less scenic by far than the old route, however, it is well signed. See attached topo map (red line) for new route. Light human use during this -1.7 but early morning tide. Whimbrel on rock (see photo). The normal Harbor Seals and Steller's Sea Lions hauled out on offshore rocks.

Conditions

Temperature: 61 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Tide Level: -1.7 feet.

Human Activities

Number of people: 4. Other Activities: Clamming: 2.

Concerns

Shellfish or invertebrate collection

Vehicles

Cars/trucks parking: 5. Cars/trucks on beach, allowed: 1.

Notable Wildlife

5 harbor seals, 4 Steller sea lions, cormorants, whimbrel (see photo).

Driftline Content

Small rocks.

Actions & Comments

As reported by TRBishop and B Holman, the Oregon Coast Trail has been rerouted, further inland on Tokyo Road and through the gorse and less scenic by far, however, it is well signed. See topo map for new route.

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All Mile 109 Reports

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Mile 109

December 6, 2020

A lady running her dogs along side her vehicle and a Great Blue Heron fishing were the highlights.

ksvineyard2012

Mile 109

October 5, 2020

Beautiful morning, sunny with light breeze.

ksvineyard2012

Mile 109

June 22, 2020

Calm and warm day.

ksvineyard2012

Mile 109

May 24, 2020

I saw a blue heron looking for fish.

stonephotos

Mile 109

March 16, 2020

Very clean beach.

ksvineyard2012

Mile 109

December 23, 2019

ksvineyard2012

Mile 109

September 3, 2019

Perfect weather, weekday, one day after holiday weekend.

ksvineyard2012

decorative elemnt for a coastwatch report.

Mile 109

June 18, 2017

Tide was low enough to hike around Coquille point from Merchants Beach to Wisky Run Beach.

TRBishop