Report Details

Very little debris on the beach in the cove.

Conditions

Temperature: 70 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Tide Level: 2.0 feet.

Human Activities

Number of people: 9. Walking or running: 8. Photography: 1.

Notable Wildlife

There is a pair of Canadian Geese in the cove, but no sign of offspring as yet. There were two pair a couple of weeks ago, but one pair left after a couple of days.

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All Mile 229 Reports

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Mile 229

July 16, 2022

News of a dead sea lion was circulating in our community of Little Whale Cove the week of July 11.

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Mile 229

December 13, 2020

King Tide of 10.

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Mile 229

December 22, 2018

Mile # 229 consists of a rocky basalt coastline which rises approximately 50-70 feet from the ocean, making the area close to the ocean inaccessible.

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Mile 229

August 28, 2018

Observed young Black Oystercatcher and parent on the rocks near the whale watching platform.

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Mile 229

November 4, 2017

Pictures were taken from a central point along mile 229 looking to the north and south

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Mile 229

July 13, 2013

MP229 Description90% of the mile is a pillow basalt headland rising approximately 50 feet above mean sea level.

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Mile 229

December 14, 2012

Observed high tide (King Tide) at 11:50 a.

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Mile 229

November 12, 2010

Beautiful fall day between storms.

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