Coastal Conservation Calendar

Oregon coast natural history and conservation events sponsored by various organizations. Events that are sponsored or featured by Oregon Shores are highlighted.

Jul
7

Seminar on Wildlife Trafficking

July 7, 2022, Newport

 

Vaquitas.
Vaquitas.\Photo courtesy of NOAA
The Hatfield Marine Science Center’s Research Seminar Series continues on Thursday, July 7, 3:30 p.m., with a seminar on “Black and Blue Markets: Illegal wildlife trafficking, lack of legal economic alternatives, and the plight of the vaquita porpoise, the...
Jul
13

Global Warming Commission Meets

July 13, 2022

King tide swamps Siuslaw River wetlands.
King tide swamps Siuslaw River wetlands.\Photo by Alex Derr.

The Oregon Global Warming Commission will meet Wednesday, July 13. The public portion of the meeting will be held from 1 to 4:00 p.m. online.

At this meeting, the Commission will hear updates on two crucial matters, which will...

Jul
13

Webinar on Habitat Connectivity

July 13, 2022

Photo of the Long Beach Peninsula, Washington coastline.\Photo by Visit Long Beach Peninsula
Long Beach Peninsula, Washington./Photo by Visit Long Beach Peninsula

We don’t usually list Washington-oriented events here, but habitat connectivity is as important in Oregon as it is in Washington, and the issues are highly similar.  Oregonians (and our many members who are Washington...

Jul
13

Seminar on Tsunami Debris and Invasive Species

July 13, 2022, Charleston

Japanese sea slugs that washed ashore in Oregon in 2015/ photo by John Chapman
Japanese sea slugs that washed ashore in Oregon in 2015/ photo by John Chapman

Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (OIMB) invites the public to hear world-renowned biologist Dr. Jim Carlton speak about his research. Dr. Carlton is the leading expert in the field of marine bioinvasions and...

Jul
14

Seminar on Native Species Restoration

July 14, 2022, Newport

Hatfield Marine Science Center Oregon State University /Photo courtesy of OSU
Hatfield Marine Science Center Oregon State University /Photo courtesy of OSU

The Hatfield Marine Science Center’s Research Seminar Series continues on Thursday, July 14, 3:30 p.m., with a seminar on “ Buried or fried? Understanding sedimentation and temperature effects on native species...