Report Details

As usual, a clean, quiet mile.

Conditions

Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light.

Human Activities

No beach driving.

Notable Wildlife

Many pelicans, 3 shorebirds at tideline, 1 shorebird in dry sand with a limp.

Driftline Content

10 plastic water bottles; 2 spray containers (collected and disposed).

Actions & Comments

As usual, a clean, quiet mile.

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All Mile 338 Reports

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Mile 338

Clatsop Spit, Jetty Lagoon, Fort Stevens SP

March 31, 2024

Many folks enjoying a sunny Easter Sunday with mild wind and warm temperatures.

Beth Kandoll

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Mile 338

Clatsop Spit, Jetty Lagoon, Fort Stevens SP

January 1, 2024

A very clean mile on this sunny first day of the year 2024.

Beth E Kandoll

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Mile 338

Clatsop Spit, Jetty Lagoon, Fort Stevens SP

October 1, 2023

A beautiful clear blue sky and a mild windy day.

Randy and Beth

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Mile 338

Clatsop Spit, Jetty Lagoon, Fort Stevens SP

March 29, 2023

Probably the cleanest our mile has ever seemed with virtually no human debris to pick up on our walk back south.

Randy and Beth

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Mile 338

Clatsop Spit, Jetty Lagoon, Fort Stevens SP

January 1, 2023

A very quiet day on our beach mile with beach clean of debris/driftwood.

Randy and Beth

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Mile 338

Clatsop Spit, Jetty Lagoon, Fort Stevens SP

September 24, 2022

More people than we have experienced on mile 338 on this sunny autumn day with a bank of cirrhus clouds on the horizon.

Randy and Beth

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Mile 338

Clatsop Spit, Jetty Lagoon, Fort Stevens SP

June 27, 2022

Two notable things on our beach mile walk today.

Randy and Beth

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Clatsop Spit, Jetty Lagoon, Fort Stevens SP

March 19, 2022

Notably, very few birds.

Randy and Beth