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Regular visitors to Cannon Beach? Think about volunteering for the Haystack Rock Awareness Program! It is a great way to enjoy the beach, help the environment, and be part of a great team of people. Hope to see you at the Rock! ... See MoreSee Less

It's springtime in Cannon Beach, which means the colorful Tufted Puffins have returned to Haystack Rock, the coast is in bloom and minus tides have started to reveal all sorts of wonders. What's your ...

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Friends of Haystack Rock shared Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuges's . ... See MoreSee Less

Greater or Lesser Yellowlegs? These two shorebird species are very similar to one another and can pose an identification challenge to birders, particularly when encountered alone without other birds ...

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Another way to support the Friends of Haystack Rock. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

Admissions will be rolled back to the original 1937 prices: Cash only for the day. Adults .15 cents Children .10 cents Seal food $2.00 per tray The Seaside Aquarium is the oldest privately-owned aqu...

80th Anniversary

May 25, 9:00am - May 25, 6:00pm

Seaside Aquarium

Admissions will be rolled back to the original 1937 prices: Cash only for the day. Adults .15 cents Children .10 cents Seal food $2.00 per tray The Seaside Aquarium is the oldest privately-owned aqu...

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Nala Cardillo80 years! Wow! Congrats and much love to all you great people 🙂4 weeks ago

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This weekend's low tides were absolutely fabulous and the pools were full of nudibranchs! A big thank you to everyone who volunteered this weekend to help protect Haystack Rock's marine garden! Help us continue to support the Haystack Rock Awareness Program by clicking the donate button. ... See MoreSee Less

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Karen SpecialeI just liked that page Joel Anthony McOseran thanks for recommending me4 weeks ago   ·  1

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You never know what you'll come across when you volunteer down on the beach! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Tide Pool Tuesday! A denizen of the deep, large eyes, impressive teeth, a sail-like dorsal fin and a name that means scaleless ferocious lizard. What kind of tide pool creature is this and is ...

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