Mid Coast Eco Tour


From 10:00 am until 2:00 pm

At Brian Boothe State Park, Seal Rock Oregon

$75/ person

Watch salmon spawn, explore a beaver lodge and learn about the importance of beaver creek estuary.  Starting at Brian Booth state park on Ona Beach, walk out to the mouth of the river and discover how sand berms effect the salmon in the estuary.  Then take a trip into the beaver creek system to explore a beaver lodge, look for birds and understand TWC’s role in working to protect this important ecosystem.  Then move up to the visitor center for lunch, more bird watching, a personal tour and understanding of the reclaimed wetlands.  Finish with a secret trail in the national forest to witness the salmon spawning.  Abigail DeYoung and Wayne Hoffman are both experienced birders and biologists on the central coast.  This tour promises to bring you knew knowledge of the area and the importance of partnerships in protecting this special place. Learn more about Abigail DeYoung and Dr. Wayne Hoffman http://www.northwestecotours.com/about-us.html  

What: Explore beach, estuary, and the beaver creek system with expert guides. Terrain will be easy for walking.

When: December 5th 10 am – 2pm

Where: Starting at Brian Booth State Park, Seal Rock, Oregon

What to bring: Good walking shoes, warm clothes, raingear and binoculars if you have them

Cost: $75/pp (includes lunch)


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