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March Northwest Nature Guide 

Guess what everybody?! I'm trying something new! In an effort to keep in touch with everyone and also not be annoying at the same time, I am going to provide a monthly e-newsletter on what's happening in the great outdoors around Corvallis and the great state of Oregon. Cool right? Well, I hope you think it's cool. Nature and wildlife happen to be one of my greatest passions and hobbies. I love sharing and talking about it with others. Feel free to start a dialogue with me or send questions my way. Happy Sunny Days!

Northwest Nature Guide  

MARCH UPDATE

Whale Watching
Whales are making their way back up the coastline this time of year. Some of the best places to view them are at Yaquina Head Lighthouse in Newport and Depoe Bay. Seeing them from land can be a challenge, but still a possibility. A boat charter is the best way to see them up close and personal! 

Waterfowl
Some of the best places to see waterfowl are at our local wildlife refuges. Finley National Wildlife Refuge is such a great place and so close. A short drive around the park provides many ponds to view ducks and geese. I have also seen many deer an elk here as well. 

Great Blue Herons
In the winter when the leaves fall from the trees, it is easy to see last years nests. If you look closely at the large deciduous tree near water, there are likely remnants of a Great Blue Heron rookery. Great Blue Herons nest communally and can be seen starting to build their nests this time of year. Watch out though, when you approach a rookery as the spring progresses, the herons can be quite grumpy and protective of their young! 




 
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