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Waterbird censuses of Yaquina Bay, Oregon, March 1993 - February 1994.

Kathy Merrifield

Waterbird censuses of Yaquina Bay, Oregon, March 1993 - February 1994.

by Kathy Merrifield

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Published by Wildlife Diversity Program, Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in Corvallis, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bird populations -- Oregon -- Yaquina Bay,
  • Water birds -- Oregon -- Yaquina Bay -- Geographical distribution,
  • Water birds -- Oregon -- Yaquina Bay -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesTechnical report / Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Wildlife Diversity Program -- #98-1-01, Technical report (Oregon. Wildlife Diversity Program) -- no. 98-1-01.
    ContributionsOregon. Wildlife Diversity Program.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p. :
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14427932M
    OCLC/WorldCa40076032

    Fur trappers with the Hudson Bay Company were the first non-Native American settlers in Oregon in , followed by Congregational, Methodist, and Catholic missionaries in the s. Encouraged by the missionaries, between and , nea settlers, mostly from Mississippi, Misouri, and the Ohio River valleys made the trek to Oregon. If you visit between December and February, they are going south to the calving and breeding grounds in Baja. If you are visiting during March through May they are headed north to their feeding grounds in the Bering Sea. What about summer (seasonal) whales? Approximately whales spend their time feeding along the Oregon coast during the summer.

    History of Bay City Oregon: by Peter B. Smith, with the assistance of John Sollman. When headlines in the February Bay City Examiner announced, “Bay City Cannery Closed Indefinitely,” locals were not surprised. The railroad had been running through town for two years. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

    Photo: U.S. Coast Guard. The commercial fishing vessel Mary B II capsized while crossing the bar at the entrance of Yaquina Bay in Newport, Oregon on Tuesday night, killing three fishermen on : Mike Schuler. Entering Yaquina Bay, Oregon aboard the NOAA ship Rainier, approaching the Yaquina Bay Bridge with Newport Marina off to the right in the distance. Attribution: Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program, Region 9: Columbia-Pacific Northwest, Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center.


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Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Biologists John Annear, John Cornely, and Roy Lowe conducted 67 censuses; Maureen Woolington made 90 censuses, and Range Bayer completed censuses. Merrifield K () Waterbird censuses of Yaquina Bay, Oregon, March –February Wildlife Diversity Program, Oregon Dept.

of Cited by: 4. Preliminary List of Birds for Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area Hawk, Red-tailed Range D.

Bayer March Gahmken Guide No. 3 This preliminary list of species includes live birds seen on or from the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area. Dead birds on the beach are not incorporated, unless specifically noted as such.

This list is based. Lincoln County Bird Field Notes from the Sandpiper (a newsletter published 10 times per year during August-May by Yaquina Birders & Naturalists). columns were by Kathy Merrifield; and field note columns are by Range Bayer.

Yaquina Bay entrance is 4 miles S of Yaquina Head Light. The bay is a tidal estuary, the harbor itself being merely the widening of Yaquina River just inside the entrance. The N point of Yaquina Bay entrance is a sandy bluff, feet high.

An abandoned lighthouse and a Coast Guard lookout tower are on the high part of the Size: 5MB. churches and many residents. (Moe, ) Yaquina City was also developing into a working port of some importance. For example, ocean going merchant vessels entered and left from Yaquina City during (Moe, ) A steamer left Yaquina City everyday for Newport and Nye Beach, six miles across Yaquina Size: KB.

Oregon obituaries and death notices, to Find your ancestry info and recent death notices for relatives and friends. PDF | Estuarine intertidal habitats are heterogeneous, therefore migratory shorebirds are expected to forage in microhabitats where they can maximize | Find, read and cite all the research you.

Yaquina Bay, Newport and Lincoln County offer access to the "best of the best" activities and attractions on the entire Central Oregon Coast. Winner of Aegis Award and Telly Award. Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society, Toledo, OR.

1K likes. We operate the Yaquina Pacific Railroad Museum and sell railroad books in our gift shop. Admission is free. Donations are encouraged/5(25). The four bay clam species include cockle, gaper, butter, and native littleneck clams.

Clamming Maps of Yaquina Bay; SEACOR Research Result Maps. The second type of map is the SEACOR Research Result Maps which focus on the clam densities in a specific region of the bay.

These maps show SEACOR study results for each part of the bay. Oregon is miles ( km) north to south at longest distance, and miles ( km) east to west. With an area of 98, square miles (, km 2), Oregon is slightly larger than the United is the ninth largest state in the United States.

Oregon's highest point is the summit of Mount Hood, at 11, feet (3, m), and its lowest point is the sea level of the Pacific Ocean Before statehood: Oregon Territory. Yaquina Bay is the fourth largest estuary in the Oregon coastal zone, covering 3, acres at mean high tide. Wetlands encompass 1, acres, including acres of mud flats and acres of tidal marshes.

"During February and March, a crab tagging experiment was carried out in Yaquina Bay, by personnel of the Oregon Fish Commission Shellfish laboratory." Progress report # April 1, - Ma Oregon Fish Commission; June_ Guin SHO7 S Yaquina Bay, Oregon Fish Commission Research Laboratory, Winant, Coos.

Highly prized Oregon cargo included Yaquina oysters, salmon, apples, pigeons, chittum bark, cheese and granite. Inships entered and left Yaquina Bay. But in Decemberthe Yaquina City had sunk crossing the Yaquina Bay bar. Hogg promptly bought a second ship, the Yaquina Bay, but it also promptly wrecked and sank.

Online Oregon Death Indexes and Obituaries. Oregon Death Index, requires payment - part of an Ancestry subscription. Oregon Deaths, and Delayed Births, from FamilySearch; indexes selected death records and selected delayed birth records from Oregon. Oregon Historical Records Index includes.

Assorted death indexes for Baker County, Clackamas County. A Yaquina Bay Communications Radio News Website. Hot Topics | Man Accused Of Calling More Than 20 Times For Cigarettes; | Today Is OR Primary Election; | Deadly Crash on Highway 20; | Nine New COVID Cases Reported In Oregon; | Eighth Lincoln County resident tests positive for COVID.

side of Yaquina Bay, 2 to 4 miles southeast of Newport. About 22 million years ago, early in Miocene time, deep crustal forces caused the earth's surface to warp downward resulting in a progressive deep­ ening of the sea that covered parts of western Oregon.

Mud and silt rich inFile Size: 2MB.The South Beach Marina is the main boat launch for crabbers and clammers in Yaquina Bay. Sawyer’s Landing does have a boat lift and moorage. Small aluminum boats can be rented from the South Beach Marina and the Embarcadero. Information provided is a result of ODFW creel and population surveys, spot checks, and input from local residents.Yaquina Indians.

A small tribe, but the most important division of the Yakonan family, formerly living about Yaquina River and Bay, west Oregon. By the early explorers and writers they were classed with the Salishan tribes to the north, but later were shown to be linguistically independent.

The tribe is now practically extinct.