Mile 337 Report
May 19, 2022
by Lisa Heigh
Other Mile 337 Reports (13)
July 7, 2021 - Lisa HeighNotable wildlife: kildeer at the waterline, pelicans on the wing and a seal in the surf. Other: More dogs then usual and more litter (off shore) observed at the dune / beach interface.
April 15, 2021 - Lisa HeighAppeared to be quite a bit of drfit wood removal (recent chain saw use, truck tires above tide line). Winter storm impacts to foredune.
April 13, 2021 - huiseeOne person was laying down on the sand just past the wet, packed area and a truck drove by fairly close to him. It does have the feeling of a section of road rather than beach.
January 18, 2021 - Lisa HeighIt was disturbing to see so much debris/litter on this beach. I have never seen this much on any Oregon beach in the 30 years i have been walking the Oregon beaches.
November 10, 2020 - Lisa Heigh
March 21, 2020 - Lisa HeighPrimary difference from last visit: because of winter high tides and storm surge there was considerable over topping of the dunes and lots of wood on the beach , much of it with a diameter over 14...
January 4, 2020 - Lisa HeighLots of large pieces of woody debris. However, it appears human removal of wood is common.There was enough trash to take some time and collect the larger pieces.
October 26, 2017 - jtraversThere were nine people and one dog on this mile. Most were walking or sitting.
July 9, 2013 - clatsopNew signs on bluffs for parking lot identification - nice. Very little litter, plastic. One pair of tennis shoes. Again, cleaner beach than in past. Much more activity down around Peter Iredale.
March 25, 2013 - clatsopClean beach--impressive
October 5, 2009 - coastieluA gorgeous fall day on the north coast. Two surfers were enjoying the light swell, and two people were walking south. Trash was primarily plastic bottles and plastic bits and pieces. There was a...
September 28, 2009 - coastieluFour groups of two people were spotted walking the beach. One group had a very large dog, another had two small dogs. We found a dead shark, about five feet long, light grey in color. It was lying...
April 22, 2007 - harrisNothing unusual.