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Dead seal (white). About 75 kG. Washed in and out with tides and weather. No visible injuries. Slow disintegration due to colder weather and no vultures (they migrate South around September). Finally, washed away prior to any significant disintegration.

Conditions

Temperature: 45 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Wind Direction: N. Tide Level: -1.0 feet.

Stranded Marine Mammals

Dead seal (white). About 75 kG.Washed in and out with tides and weather. No visible injuries. Slow disintegration due to colder weather and no vultures (they migrate South around September). Finally, washed away prior to any significant disintegratio

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Mile 34

July 14, 2023

This small beach area is fairly well protected as mentioned except for a privately owned section between conservation easement properties.

alcyonlord@gmail.com

Mile 34

October 3, 2020

Foggy morning hike of mile 34.

tayloreandc

Mile 34

July 20, 2020

We spent a good number of hours watching birds (cormorants, pigeon guillemots, adult and juvenile bald eagles, great blue heron, osprey carrying fish,  pelicans moving north, oystercatchers).

alcyonlord@gmail.com

Mile 34

March 4, 2020

Was too rocky for me to walk very far south starting at roughly the halfway point, sand moves out in October and November.

tayloreandc

Mile 34

June 4, 2019

Beautiful sunny morning on Wakeman Beach, with just a slight breeze.

tayloreandc

Mile 34

January 27, 2019

The most notable change has been the movement of sand from the northern half of the beach which occurs each winter.

tayloreandc

Mile 34

July 26, 2018

Path through old forest south of Winston property is being maintained; recent bramble clipping evident.

lordfamily

decorative elemnt for a coastwatch report.

Mile 34

July 1, 2012

Some trash.

edbear