Pacific Coast Scenic Byway - Oregon
Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge (OR)
Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge includes 1,853 rocks, reefs, and islands. These and two headland areas span 320 miles of the Oregon coast. Thirteen species of seabirds nest on this refuge, including Common Murres, Tufted Puffins, Leach's and Fork-tailed Storm-petrels, Rhinoceros Auklets, Brandt's, Pelagic and Double-crested Cormorants, and Pigeon Guillemots. Harbor seals, California sea lions, Steller sea lions and northern elephant seals use refuge lands for breeding and haulout areas.
- Public domain. Photo submitted by Mary Beth Seibert