Seabirds of the Pacific Northwest

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Seabirds of the Pacific Northwest
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Spanning the entire length of the Oregon coast, the wilderness islands and windswept headlands of Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge are celebrated for their abundant wildlife, spectacular views, and rugged grandeur. Rocky islands and sheer cliffs provide isolated breeding and resting habitat...
A sleek black seabird with a white breast holds a fish in it's bill.
Old-growth forest surrounded by a tumultuous ocean set the primeval scene at Cape Meares National Wildlife Refuge. Its cliffs support thousands of nesting seabirds, a pair of Peregrine Falcons, spectacular views of the roiling Pacific and its inhabitants.
The Pacific Ocean crashes around the bases of three huge, arched, grassy islands
This 15-acre refuge and Wilderness supports breeding seabird colonies and boasts the only pupping site of Steller Sea Lions on the north Oregon coast.
A large bird with brown feathers, white head, and yellow beak flies against a pale blue sky
The Migratory Bird Program works with partners to protect, restore and conserve bird populations and their habitats for the benefit of future generations by: ensuring long-term ecological sustainability of all migratory bird populations, increasing socioeconomic benefits derived from birds,...
A bright blue sky obstructed by fluffy white clouds reflected off of a stream shot from inside a kayak
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manages an unparalleled network of public lands and waters called the National Wildlife Refuge System. With more than 570 refuges spanning the country, this system protects iconic species and provides some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities on Earth.
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