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a few Gray Whales this morning than an hour later a very large sea lion checking out the crab pods. Around 12noon and then again close to 4pm just 3 gray whales same as the day before. This must be a great spot to work on the removal of barnacles.

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Mile 35

July 14, 2023

We saw nothing of note, just continuance of erosive factors and revelations of not-recent human efforts to hold back same.

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Mile 35

July 18, 2020

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Mile 35

December 23, 2019

The beach was relatively clean of natural and organic material, driftwood included.

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Mile 35

November 18, 2019

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Mile 35

July 4, 2014

Dead Stellar Sea Lion at the water edge with 3 GSW .

Oceanhippie2

Mile 35

May 16, 2014

Debris found at the end of my mile 35 next to the Ophir Rest Area.

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decorative elemnt for a coastwatch report.

Mile 35

September 9, 2013

Blue Whale spotted from first small view point just north of Nesika Beach about 200 ft off the shore.

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Mile 35

July 27, 2013

A very large sea lion is decomposing right in front of the the rest area on the beach.

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