Mile 325 Report
November 29, 2008
Other Mile 325 Reports (20)
December 23, 2021 - AnonymousBeautiful rainy afternoon. Not many people out. Recent beach erosion from high tides.
August 16, 2021 - jessejonesVisited this beach to look for sand dollar or snail die offs reported elsewhere in the last couple of days. Didn't see any live sand dollars, just broken ones - which seemed normal. A few Dungeness...
August 6, 2021 - Brian and TriciaSaw multiple whale spouts close to shore.
July 30, 2021 - Brian and TriciaNice foggy afternoon. Crowded. Interesting to watch the seagull eat the fish. I'm not sure if it killed the fish or scavenged it.
March 30, 2021 - Brian and TriciaBeautiful evening. Saw one bald eagle at the estuary. Side of estuary has eroded significantly this year and now you have to scramble up the sandy bluff to walk around the edge of the estuary. Sadly...
May 21, 2020 - dicknfamilyIn addition to the usual dungeness crab and razor clam shells, I spotted a clutch of squid eggs (see photos) towards the northern end of Mile 325.
March 2, 2020 - dicknfamilyWindy, rainy day in Gearhart. Spotted three bald eagles sitting together on the beach, an adult and two juveniles. See photos.
January 18, 2020 - sultanymToday, I spent one hour walking mile 325 with the primary purpose of birdwatching. I observed 6 Western Snowy Plovers foraging along the low-tide line near a large group of Sanderlings. The official...
December 9, 2019 - dicknfamily
November 26, 2019 - dicknfamilySeveral mushrooms species in the dune forest area immediately east of the Mile 325. See photos.
November 17, 2019 - dicknfamilySea lion or large seal carcass on Gearhart beach between D Street trail and Pacific Way trail. See attached photo.
July 21, 2017 - dicknfamily
July 19, 2017 - dicknfamilyAnother beautiful day in Gearhart at mile 325, amazing to see the gray whales migrating through and spending the better part of the day just offshore. In the last few weeks I've enjoyed sighting...
July 15, 2017 - dicknfamilyFor the past two weeks (approx July 1-15) I've been walking twice a day between the D. Street trail south along the beach at Mile 325, around the bend to Little Beach over the Necanicum river estuary...
September 23, 2009 - williamjuneBeach clean and uncrowded on this mid week walk. Most distinguishing items are many dead herring like fish washed up at the high tide line and the northward meander of the Necanicum river which has...
April 11, 2009 - BeachCatsMajor beach erosion continues, as well as shifting land shapes. Very interesting! Not surprised since there are no barriers such as driftwood or boulders to stop the natural wave erosion. Last time...
August 3, 2008 - BeachCatsVery little man made trash! Very surprised at the extent of the beach that has been taken over by the sea. The birds were noticably absent from the northern and middle sections of the mile, but...
February 16, 2008 - BeachCatsOverall we saw very few birds this time, but we usually see a lot of birds. There was a lot of erosion all along the beach.
August 11, 2007 - BeachCatsThe most interesting thing was the large group of seagulls. It was a beautiful quiet day, with no major concerns.
June 2, 2007 - BeachCatsWe saw very little driftwood, but many old campfires in the sand. At the South end of our mile we saw a large fort that someone made that had a mattress inside of it that is very dangerous. Only...