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Mile 306 Report
November 2, 2015
Just in time for Halloween: red and pink weird-slightly-creepy-looking finger-sized worms.
Just in time for Halloween: red and pink weird-slightly-creepy-looking finger-sized worms. All over the drift line. Alive. Thanks to Fawn Custer for identifying them as PEANUT WORMS. Can't decide if they are emerging en masse from the sand, or whether the rough surf is uncovering them. Have never seen them before. Gulls are so stuffed, they don't move when we walk by.
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We walked the mile on a clear, chilly afternoon. We picked up trash--one full bag. We found a little eel, the same color as brown rockweed! We saw sea foam blowing on the sand. We found a small skull bone. We found a scientific measuring device planted in the cobble with a float saying that it was the property of OSU.
Shiras Stamps White
Just wanted to report seeing 8 black oystercatchers on the beach just now.
These observations were made over the last 3 months walking the beach at different times of day but not keeping a record which I will try to start.