Often maligned or misunderstood, scavenger animals are a vital part of the natural environment. In this video, a aviculturist at the Oregon Coast Aquarium discusses the ecological role – and some very unusual adaptations – of the Turkey Vulture.
An employee with the US Fish and Wildlife Service describes the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge and how her early fascination with birds and nature led to her career on the Oregon Coast.
You won't find Bayocean, Oregon, on any maps today. The ill-fated community, built on a sandy spit between the ocean and a bay, fell victim to both time and nature. Join us as we go exploring for what's left of Bayocean.
Look carefully at the right time of day and this small beachside park will reveal a curious secret – a mysterious 19th century road carved into the cliff above the surf line.
MacKenzie Smith, a lifelong fossil collector, describes his interest in the activity and offers some advices for finding these prehistoric treasures on the Oregon Coast.
What exactly is the Global Positioning System or GPS? This short video provides a thumbnail sketch of how this technological marvel can help you find any place on Earth!
Join Chris Spaulding of the Oregon Coast Community College as he describes how he got up close and personal with Great White Sharks... and what he learned from the experience.