Featured Events

Events sponsored or engaged in by Oregon Shores. The Full Coastal Calendar includes these along with relevant events sponsored by other organizations.

Oct
3

Presentation on Zoonotic Disease

October 3, 2020

Sea lions.\Photo by Kirt Edblom

The American Cetacean Society, Oregon Chapter, is sponsoring a presentation by veterinarian Stephanie Norman on zoonotic diseases originating among marine organisms.  The free public event takes place online on Saturday, Oct. 3, 10 a.m.

Dr. Norman, DVM, PhD, is...

Oct
6

Sea Otter Symposium

October 6, 2020

 

Sea otter and kelp.\Photo by Joe Platko.

The Elakha Alliance, together with the Hatfield Marine Science Center and the Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society, has announced “Sea Otters & Oregon’s Kelp Ecosystem,” a symposium devoted to sharing knowledge about sea otters.  The symposium take...

Oct
7

Sea Otter Symposium

October 7, 2020

Sea otter eating crab.\Photo by Arenkert.

The Elakha Alliance, together with the Hatfield Marine Science Center and the Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society, has announced “Sea Otters & Oregon’s Kelp Ecosystem,” a symposium devoted to sharing knowledge about sea otters.  The symposium take...

Oct
8

Sea Otter Symposium

October 8, 2020

Sea otter and pup.\Photo by Eric Palmer.

The Elakha Alliance, together with the Hatfield Marine Science Center and the Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society, has announced “Sea Otters & Oregon’s Kelp Ecosystem,” a symposium devoted to sharing knowledge about sea otters.  The symposium take...

Oct
14

Marine Debris Survey Training

October 14, 2020, Hammond

Marine debris survey in progress at Fort Stevens.\Photo by Ed Joyce.

One of the locations at which CoastWatch conducts our marine debris survey is at Fort Stevens State Park, just south of the Columbia’s South Jetty.  More volunteers are needed to fill out the team, headed by Oregon Shores...

Oct
28

King Tides Kick-Off

October 28, 2020

A king tide at Wheeler.\Photo by L.M. Manz.

The first high-tide sequence of the coming winter, the “king tides,” takes place Nov. 15-17.  To help volunteer photographers prepare to capture the reach of these tides as part of the King Tides Project, an online kick-off event is planned for...

Nov
18

Marine Debris Survey Training

November 18, 2020, Hammond

Angela Whitlock (left) instructs a student in marine debris surveying at the Fort Stevens site.\Photo by Ed Joyce.

One of the locations at which CoastWatch conducts our marine debris survey is at Fort Stevens State Park, just south of the Columbia’s South Jetty.  More volunteers are needed...

Dec
16

Marine Debris Survey Training

December 16, 2020, Hammond

 

Angela Whitlock (left) assists a student with the marine debris survey.\Photo by Ed Joyce.
One of the locations at which CoastWatch conducts our marine debris survey is at Fort Stevens State Park, just south of the Columbia’s South Jetty.  More volunteers are needed to fill out the team,...