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SEA provides trained wildlife interpreters to visitors, schools and civic groups in meeting its primary mission of education regarding shoreline habitats and the wildlife along the southern Oregon coast. In addition to the schools and civic groups in 2012, SEA had about 22,000 visitor contacts at Coquille Point and Simpson Reef during the summer season.
Join Shoreline Education Awareness on Saturday, February 21st for the first session of this year’s seminar series beginning at 9 AM at the Bandon Community Center (The Barn). Geologist Ron Metzger, Professor at Southwestern Oregon Community College and archaeologist Nicole Norris of the Coquille Indian Tribe will team up to provide insight on coastal geology and early coastal cultures. A field trip will be included as part of the activities.
SEA has been adopted as a Friends Group of the US Fish and Wildlife Service and works closely with them in support of the Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex. The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology has been a mainstay in support of SEA since its inception.
We hope you enjoy our website and have the opportunity to participate in our activities. The short video below, although having an unfinshed ending, nevertheless gives a great introduction to SEA.