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Bad time for Jellies. Starting at the NW 34th access, #42, for about 200 yards north, hundreds and hundreds of jelly fish on the beach. 200 or more 10"-18" and hundreds of smaller and pieces. Most look fairly fresh and some were clearly very recently beached and had not flattened but were firm and tall but not pulsing. North of Chinook Winds, Mile 244, number was normal.. a few spaced along the beach. Took more photos but the iPhone did not catch the reflections so did not show the jellies.

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Temperature: 50 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Tide Level: 5.5 feet.

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Mile 243

January 16, 2024

Balmy 40 degree quiet day after a week of freezing rain and significant ice with temps in the low 30's.

Garretta Garetta

Mile 243

December 8, 2023

For the first time, no dead birds or mammals seen, but many dead fish at the wrack line today.

Patty Gardner

Mile 243

December 6, 2023

Again, short walk today but unusual concentration of dead fish, maybe 20-30 from NW 32nd to NW 26th Streets, Wecoma Beach.

Garretta

Mile 243

November 7, 2023

Bright sunny day after a few of heavy rain and winds.

garretta

Mile 243

September 29, 2023

Four dead birds, one dead seal (reported to Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network).

PattyG

Mile 243

September 5, 2023

The Morning After Labor Day weekend is a lovely time on the Oregon Coast.

garretta

Mile 243

July 10, 2023

Active midweek day in July.

garretta

Mile 243

June 19, 2023

Deceased marine mammal, small Guadalupe fur seal by Surf Tide Resort.

PattyG