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Mile 307 Report
December 13, 2015
My observation was one and one half hours after low tide.
My observation was one and one half hours after low tide. With the rough sea and strong waves it was not safe to go on the little area of beach that was available on the outgoing waves. The rough sea created a lot of sea foam (see picture). The recent storms pushed driftwood logs over the rock berm into the pond. The ocean also moved some of berm rocks north to the berm adjacent to the pond.
Temperature: 44 F. Cloud Cover: Cloudy. Wind Velocity: Moderate. Wind Direction: NW. Tide Level: 3.0 feet.
Total dead birds: 1. One Common Murre
Evidence of wave overtopping.
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Beautiful sunny day on the beach with a few pockets of snow from the storm two days ago remaining.
12 sea stars were on the large rock 100 feet south of Arch Cape.