Report Details

Please see report of 01/30/14

Conditions

Temperature: 60 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Moderate. Wind Direction: W. Tide Level: 5.2 feet.

Human Activities

Number of dogs: 5. Other Activities: SHIP SANK IN HARBOR ENTRANCE. THE SHRIMP FISHING Trawler VESSEL, (62 FOOT JO MARIE), sank on Monday Night when rouge waves knocked it to the Jetty rocks on the Chetco River. All persons aboard were OK. A dog was missing,(found dead on beach of Mile two on Jan. 22,2014)

Concerns

Apparent violations: cOAST gUARD HAD SITUATION UNDER CONTROL.

Actions & Comments

Have taken no action as proper personel of the port and the Coast Guard have and are today going to jhave equiptment to raise the ship . Will do my mile and report for january on the 30th...high tide

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February 8, 2024

People walking on the beach some with dogs, all on leashes, and some taking pictures, 2 people rock hunting, 2 people surfing, all cars parked legally in parking lot.

Fiona Day-Cofer

Mile 3

October 20, 2023

People walking, sitting, rock hunting, playing in sand, and walking dogs; evidence of unhoused persons and fires on beach.

FionaDC

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July 27, 2023

People walking, playing in the surf, sitting on the beach, sunbathing, rockhunting and one person kayaking.

FionaDC

Mile 3

May 20, 2023

People walking with dogs on leash, playing in sand, rockhunting, one person fishing on shore, and one person kayaking, evidence of fires noted, and litter from picnics;  plastic, rope, and fishing line removed from wrack line.

FionaDC

Mile 3

March 15, 2023

3 Western Gulls on Beach, 1 Cormorant fishing in surf.

FionaDC

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December 14, 2022

Natural changes in the sand deposition; wrack line includes wood pieces, animal casings, small amount of plasitics and fiberglass debris.

FionaDC

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October 18, 2022

People walking, playing in the sand, rockhunting, surfing and fishing, debris from picnicing, and fires noted.

FionaDC

Mile 3

September 27, 2022

8 Western Gulls, 2 Cormorants on sea rocks possibly Pelagic, 8 Cormorants flying together appeared to be Double-crested.

FionaDC