December 21, 2018 - neskowinwatcher
It was a bonus weather day at Neskowin Beach to observe the Dec 21 King Tide...... partly cloudy, calm conditions, 42 deg F. Only two cars in the parking lot. The tide (8.1) was high @ 10:30a.
The walkway near the cafe was taped off with yellow caution tape. Tide was all the way...read more
July 16, 2018 - neskowinwatcher
Approximately 50 people were on the beach with 10 dogs, most on leashes, Perhaps 5 dogs running loose but all within close proximity to their owners. No dogs were chasing any wildlife. Several people were observing marine life on the Ghost forest stumps incuding many healthy looking Sea Stars.
May 30, 2018 - Neskowin254
A seal pup was observed by numerous individuals from about 4:15 pm to 8:15 pm in front of Lifesaver Post #7 in Neskowin (the pup was sighted earlier that morning further south). The pup appeared stranded or injured. Authorities were notified but apparently never responded. A local resident put caution...read more
November 4, 2017 - neskowinwatcher
Rainy day. We walked the beach to the north only for 200 yards as the Nov 2017 King Tide was on the rise. We stayed through high tide. The waves were lapping at the botton of the rip rap.read more
October 14, 2017 - neskowinwatcher
It was a warm sunny day with a light 5 mph NW breeze and a 2.45 low tide @ 3:15pm.
Approximately 70 people and 10 dogs were enjoying the beach. They were beach combing, flying kites and having a good time.
Shoreline wildlife was un remarkable with the usual driftline creatures but nothing noteworthy.
This was our...read more
September 24, 2017 - DWhite
Fawn led a tour and educational session of the Neskowin beach north side. read more
August 15, 2015 - Volunteer Coordinator
They were taken Aug 15 at neskowin, northern edge of town. Photos submitted to [email protected]
Looking for other information on this event.Call FawnMessage from Cynthia TrowbridgeHi. Without a water sample to see the organism, it would be hard to say. One strong possibility is the planktonic ciliate Mesodinium rubrum...read more
The winter high (and sometimes low) tides continue to send waves crashing into and over the rip rap which now goes (except for where Neskowin creek flows out) from the south end of Neskowin's south beach to the north end of the village where the houses end and the more...read more
One of Neskowin's resident Bald Eagles posed for me on a exposed branch at the top of Proposal Rock.read more
It was a calm, mostly cloudy morning with a streak of blue sky over the ocean. There was a minus tide at 6:30 in the morning though the end of south beach where tide pools are usually accessible was not and seems to be more of a bay. The ancient...read more
It was a brisk yet windless afternoon, with a mix of blue and grey overhead. The beach seems scoured with some large patches of rocks covering the sand. Neskowin Creek, which usually chooses a channel either to the north or south of Proposal Rock flowed west directly at the center...read more
It was a glorious, windless, minus tide morning on Neskowin's south beach. The stumps were more exposed and the bottoms of them, recently unburied, were clean of sea life. There were many small rocks on the sand, especially nearer to Proposal Rock. The creek is carving a wide channel, currently...read more
It was a beautiful morning and a very low tide in the middle of spring break week. Neskowin creek has spread out from its former paths and has created what looks like a bay at high tide, covering the sand and lapping the riprap in front of the houses on...read more
June 27, 2008 - JSteiner
Large new planting of European beachgrass, atop reinforced rip-rap where Hawk Creek flows across the beach.New, and/or replacement rip rap going in at 2 properties where major erosion happened this past winter... At some high tides, the surf covers the beach, with the waves crashing against the rip-rap esp. at...read more
February 25, 2008 - JSteiner
Major erosion of beach, which is so narrow as to be unwalkable in one area. Rocks exposed. Considerable driftwood. An entangled bird with apparent signs of oiling observed.read more
September 1, 2007 - JSteiner
Huge flock of brown pelicans floating in the surf, and diving - must have been some sort feed that they were after - they were very active.At the S. end of this stretch of beach where it meets Cascade Head, a tall dirt cliff continues to erode.read more
May 27, 2007 - JSteiner
Memorial Day - Many many people and dogs!! 1 section of this mile is impassable, even at low tide, as the ocean now hits the rip rap wall almost all of the time. Some sections near this are impassable at high tide - one cannot even get on to the beach.read more