TWC’s Arch Cape Preserve is a 1.27 acre property located in Clatsop County, Oregon. This coastal property has a permanent body of water created by a rocky berm and driftwood. This pond is a perfect place for the rough skinned newt to spawn. Also seen in the pond are salamanders, dragonflies and water striders. Great blue heron and merganser nests have been found in the cattails, bulrush, spirea, salal and willows that surround the pond. Continuous site management focuses on removing and controlling the invasive Himalayan blackberry so other natives can flourish.